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ADMINISTRATION 



REV. SIDNEY A. TONSMEIRE, S.J. 
Acting President 



VERY REV. W. PATRICK DONNELLY, S.J., A.M. 
Former President 




JOHN A. CRONIN, S.J., A.M. 
Treasurer 



JOSEPH G. TYRRELL, A.B. 
Bursar 






WILLIAM J. RIMES, S.J., M.S. 
Dean of Men 




MRS. ALBERT LEVET, R.N. 
Director of the Infirmary 



NORBORNE R. CLARK, M.D. 
Attending Physician 



Treasurer's Office 




PAUL A. NAPOLITANO, B.S.C. 
Assistant Athletic Coach 





MICHEL B. MAJOLI, S.J., M.A. 
Student Counsellor 



Registrar's Office 





LOUIS J. BOUDOUSQUIE, M.S. 
Registrar 



DANIEL M. CRONIN, S.J., A.M. 
Faculty Moderator of Athletics 




WILLIAM GARDINER, M.A. 
Director of Athletics and Coach 




MRS. FLORENCE M. BARE, B.S. 
Dietitian 



CLIFF WORSHAM, B. S. 
Director of Publicity 





ARNOLD J. BENEDETTO, S.J., PH.D. 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy and 

Chairman of the Department 




PHILOSOPHY 



AND 




JOHN O'KEEFE, S.J., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy 



HENRY F. TIBLIER, S. J., PH.D. 
Professor of Philosophy 




C. FRANKLYN LYNETTE 

S.J., S.T.L. 
instructor in Philosophy 







CLYDE J. ELLIOTT 

S.J., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 



MALCOLM P. MULLEN 

S.J., Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Philosophy 



SCOTT YOUREE WATSON 

S.J., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy 



RELIGION 





CHARLES C. GOETZ, S.J., S.T.L. 
Assistant Professor of Religion, and Chairman of the Department 



JEROME MULIIN, S.J., A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religion 




WARREN E. FREEMAN, S.J., A.B. 
Instructor in English 




FRANCIS I. JANSSEN, S.J., M.A. 

Professor of Language, 

Chairman of the Department 



LITERATURE 



WARREN J. MARTIN, S.J., A.M. 
Special Instructor in Spanish 




CLEM E. TOCA, B. Mus. Ed. 
Instructor in Music 




ARMAND N. CUEN, M.A. 
Instructor in Modern Languages 



JOHN A. HUTCHINS, S.J., A.M. 
Professor of French 



Thomas Byrne Memorial Library 




AND ART 



J. FRANKLIN MURRAY, S.J., M.A. 

Associate Professor of English and 

Chairman of the Department 




Student Chapel 





WALTER C. McCAULEY 

SJ., M.A. 

Instructor in English 




JOHN T. WALSH 

S.J., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of English 




ROBERT J. ZIETZ 

M.Lib. 

Instructor in English 




THOMAS F. SWEENEY 

LL.B. 

Instructor in English 



PHYSICAL 



JOHN V. DEIGNAN, S.J., Ph.D. 

Professor of Chemistry, 

Chairman of the Department 










EVERETT H. LARGUIER, S.J., Ph.D. 

Professor of Mathematics, Chairman of the 

Department of Mathematics and Physics 




PATRICK H. YANCEY, S.J., Ph. D. 

Professor of Biology, 

Chairman of the Department 




SCIENCE 



LOUIS J. EISELE, S.J., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Physics 



MRS. ELLA MORRIS, B.S. 
Assistant in Biology 




WILLIAM J. RIMES 

S.J., M.S. 

Instructor in Chemistry 




Father Eisele and Father Macelwane 



THOMAS F. MULCRONE, S.J., M.S. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 



EUGENE T. REGAL, A.M. 
Assistant Professor of Biology 





ROBERT OWENS 

S.J., B.S. 

Laboratory Assistant in 

Biology 



WALTER I. FURMAN 

S.J., M.S. 

Instructor in Physics 

and Mathematics 



LOUIS J. BOUDOUSQUIE 

M.S. 

Professor of Drawing 



GEORGE O. TWELLMEYER 

S.J., M.S. 

Assistont Professor 

of Chemistry 




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FRANKLYN H. SWEET 

M.S., C.P.A. 
Professor of Accounting 




KERMIT T. HART 

M.S., C.P.A. 

Special Lecturer in 

Accounting 




EDWIN M. TRIGG 

B.S. 

Special Lecturer in 

Mathematics of 

Accounting 





JOHN A. CRONIN, S.J., M.A. 

Professor of Economics, 

Chairman of the Department of Commerce 



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FRANCIS X. CARBERRY 

M.B.A. 
Associate Professor of 
Business Administration 







PAUL C. BRUNSON 

LLB. 

Instructor in Business Law 



MARTIN V. JARREAU 

S.J. B.S.E. 
Instructor in Economics 





JOHN C. PELHAM 

Instructor in Business 

Administration 




DUNCAN TURNBULL 

B.S. 

Instructor in Salesmanship 



MISS MARIE B. NICHOLS 

B.S. 

Instructor in Typing 



JAMES E. MOORE 

LL.B. 

Special Lecturer in 

Business Law 



Mobile Hall 





JOHN A. GASSON, SJ., Ph.D. 

Professor of Psychology, Chairmon of 

the Deportment of History and 

Social Sciences 



LESTER F. X. GUTERL, S.J., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Education and 

Chairman of the Department 



SOCIAL 
SCIENCES 




MICHEL B. MAJOLI, S.J., M.A. 
Instructor in Sociology 




JOHN J. HOLDEN, M.ED. 
Assistant Professor of History 




THOMAS H. CLANCY, S.J., M.A, 
Instructor in Political Science 



BROTHER CLAVER THOMAS, S.C, A.M. 
Special Lecturer in Education 






MILITARY 
SCIENCE 



EUGENE R. CURTAIN 

It. Col. U.S.A., A.B. 

Assistant Professor of Mllltar/ 

Sciences and Tactics 



ROBERT E. DeNEEFE, JR. ROGER L. REID 

Master Sergeant Sergeant First Class 

Chief Clerk Motor N.C.O. 





ROBERT L. RANDOLPH, U.S.A. PATRICK E. BURNS, U.S.A. 
Sgt. First Class Sgt. First Class 

Supply N.C.O. Light Weapons N.C.O. 



Part Of The Parade Ground 



ELMORE P. MOORE, Lt. Col., U.S.A., M.A. 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics and 

Chairman of the Department 





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Class In Business Administration 



Coffee Between Classes 






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BALL, THOMAS NELSON 
Springfield, Ky. 




BARRETT, GEORGE 

822 Fatherland Street 

Nashville, Tenn. 



BARTER, CHARLES J. 

408 S. Jefferson 

Mobile, Ala. 



BOSARGE, JOSEPH 

59 Montgomery Avenue 

Prichard, Ala. 




BENITEZ, RAY A. 

5831 Vicksburg 

New Orleans, La. 



BOSARGE, WADE 
Bayou la Batre, Ala. 



BRADY, DAVID 
1835 Dauphin 
Mobile, Ala. 




BYRD, JAMES C. 
Rt. 1, Box 136 
Spring Hill, Ala. 




CALLAHAN, RICHARD D. 

125 Clinton Avenue 

Bergenfield, N. J. 





CLARKE, WM. A. 

1341 State Street 

Bowling Green, Ky. 



CONNOLLY, JOHN F. 

180 Ballantine Parkway 

Newark, N. J. 





CLERKIN, ROBERT R. 

9955 S. Hamilton Avenue 

Chicago, III. 




CONNELL, RICHARD C. 

500 Augusta Street 

Racine, Wise. 



CUSH, CASIMO, JR. 

1350 Abbie 

Shreveport, La. 



CUSH, MAYNARD E. 

1024 Pierre 

Shreveport, La. 



CONNOR, RICHARD B. 

5300 Charlotte 

Kansas City, Mo. 




CLASS 




DUFF, DONALD F. 

1409 Bishop Street 

Little Rock, Ark. 




DALY, THOMAS 

527 Highbrook Avenue 

Pelham Manor, N. Y. 





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DAUGHERTY, H. G. 

128 Dilston 

Spring Hill, Ala. 



DUGHI, CHAS. H. 

3113'/2 Spring Hill Avenue 

Mobile, Ala. 





The weeping one on the right is Gordon lousteou. Spring 
Hill's accomplished and trusted bus driver— just after smashing 
his own fender. 



DEGNAN, JOSEPH E. 

38 Clinton Street 

Maiden, Mass. 



FAVRE, WM. R., JR. 

1505 Government Street 

Mobile, Ala. 



DIEZ, CHARLES, JR. 

5107 22nd Street 

Tampa, Fla. 




FEDOR, RICHARD E. 

920 Southv/est 22nd Street 

Ft. Lauderdale, Flo. 





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Amorosi, la Colla & Killorin in the 
Mardi Gras spirit!!! 



GILBERT, JAMES R. 

23 S. Julia Street 

Mobile, Ala. 




FEDOR, ROBERT L. 

920 Southwest 22nd Street 

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



FREDERICK, JERRY A. 

1038 S. 77th Street 

West All is. Wise. 




GALLAGHER, WM. B., JR. 

1010 Wyominia 

Ocala, Fla. 



GARRAWAY, JAMES A. 
Irvington, Ala. 



HANNIGAN, HUGH B. 
7256 Merrill 
Chicago, III. 



HARDY, DENNIS 
Rt. 5, Box 319B 
Spring Hill, Ala. 



HEROLD, VINCENT R. 

204 Park Avenue 

Paterson, N. J. 







HOLLAND, PETER B. 

9614 S. Hamilton 

Chicago, III. 



HONODEL, RICHARD J. 

P. O. Box 3151 

Prichard, Ala. 



HUDSON, HAROLD 

129 Louiselle Street 

Mobile, Ala. 



JACKSON, RAYMOND E., JR. 

RFD No.l 

Somerville, N. J. 




KILLORIN, EDWARD W. 

305 E. 37th Street 

Savannah, Ga. 




LaCOLLA, EUGENE M. 
169-18 Liberty Avenue 
Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 




CLASS 4 '52 




LaSALLE, ALFRED W. 
329 Julia Street 
New Iberia, La. 



LEON, FRANCIS 

505 Charleston 

Mobile, Ala. 




LOUSTEAU, GORDON J. 
Norco, La. 



McCOURL CHARLES L. 
520 8th Street 
Pine Bluff, Ark. 



SPRING HILL 
CLASS 4 '52 




MUGNIER, JULES, R., JR. 

216 N. 53rd Street 

Birmingham, Ala. 



NEUHOFF, LORENZ, 111 

3206 White Oak Road 

Roanoke, Va. 



McGOWAN, THOMAS J. 

1511 17th Street, South 

Birmingham, Ala. 



McGRANAHAN, JOHN M. 

3900 Fairfield Avenue 

Shreveport, La. 



McQUILLEN, C. J., JR. 

325 Garden Lane 

Chickasaw, Ala. 




MICHELS, JOHN G. 

122-03 Psach Channel Dr. 

Rockawoy Park, N. Y. 




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NOLAN, DANIEL B. 

609 W. 173 Street 

New York 32, N. Y. 



OLIVIER, JOSEPH 

RFD No. 2 
Arnaudville, La. 



NAMAN, LOUIS J. 

104 S. Warren St. 

Mobile, Ala. 



PATON, WM. D„ JR. 
629 W. April St. 
Montgomery, Ala. 




PHILLIPS, A. PATRICK 

137 Margaret Street 

Mobile, Ala. 



PATRICK, LESLIE 

2017 Stone Street 

Mobile, Ala. 



POCASE, VINCENT J., JR. 

302 Central Blvd. 

Prichard, Ala. 






RABEN, L. W., JR. 

3261 Zimlich Avenue 

Spring Hill, Ala. 



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RYAN, GEO. W., II 
6776 Booth Street 
Forest Hills, N. Y. 



SALMON, MICHAEL J. 

4105 Ridgelawn Dr. 

Spring Hill, Ala. 



SAPP, J. EVERETT 

111 S. Georgia Avenue 

Mobile, Ala. 




SCOTTO, ANTHONY 

174 Hannon Avenue 

Mobile, Ala. 




SHEFFIELD, EDWARD J. 

1118 Selier Avenue 

Savannah, Ga. 



SIENER, GEORGE H. 

642 Woodland Street 

Spartonburg, S. C. 





SOTO, PETER J., JR. 
301 Monroe 
Mobile, Ala. 



TEBO, BURTON E. 

3668 S. W. 2nd Street 

Miami 35, Flo. 




WANUCHA, S. W., JR. 

3940 W. Wrightwood Ave 

Chicago, 111. 



WARREN, DAVID F., JR. 

55 South Ann 

Mobile, Ala. 



McCOURT 



HONODEL 



WILSON, HENRY 
314 Third Street 
Chickasaw, Ala. 



FAVRE 



YON, KEITTE S., JR. 

2062 Bucker Road 

Mobile, Ala. 




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LOUSTEAU 




JUNIOR CLASS 



left fo Right: Boisden, Ralph I., Pensaeola, Fla.; Ball, J. Donald, loreHo, Ky.; Berte, Joseph J., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Bollettieri, Nicholas 
J., Pelhom, N. Y.; Boiling, Frank, Mobile, Ala. 





Left to Right: Bourdin, A. N., Jr., Pass Christian, Miss.; Brannon, Edward, Mobile, Ala.; Brocato, V. J., Clarksdale, Mist.; 
Burroughs, Kenneth, Mobile, Ala.; Coyle, Charles G., Jr., New Orleans, La. 




D'Amoto, Nicholas A., Tompo, Flo.; Dean, William C, Milwaukee, Wis.; Dever, David J., Miami Beach, Flo.; Dewine, James 
E., Cleveland, Ohio; Diaz, Manuel A., Tampa, Fla. 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Doiron, John R., Jr., Baton Rouge, La.; Egan, James J., Oak Park, III.; Egan, Robert W., Chattanooga, Tenn.; Ellzey, 
Samuel E., Mobile, Ala.; Evans, Benedict E., Augusta, S. C. 

SECOND ROW: Fogerstrom, Wayne, Mobile, Ala.; Fenly, Charles E., Oklahoma City, Okla.; Fisher, Joseph N., Pelham Manor, N. Y.; Genest, Steven 
A., Miami Shores, Flo.; Green, Raymond B., Mobile, Ala.; Hoar, Leo J., Atlanta, Go. 



JUNIOR 
CLASS 



FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Hoffman, Joseph J., Paducah, Ky.; Johnson, James R., Montgomery, 
Ala.; Jongebloed, Nick, Mobile, Ala.; Kain, James S., Sarasota, Flo. 

SECOND ROW: Karcher, T. J., Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Kelton, Frank H., Pensacola, Fla.; Kirkland, 
Ray, Mobile, Ala.; Kirwin, John Jr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 






FIRST ROW, Left to Right; Konzen, Bernard J., Chicago, III.; Linares, Francisco G., Havana, Cuba; Logan, Terry, San Antonio, Texas; Marone, Biagino, 
Rochester, N. Y.; Mason, Edward A., Mobile, Ala. 

SECOND ROW: McCarthy, Denis, Glen Head, N. Y.; McDermott, John, Mobile, Ala.; McDonald, T. F., Chicago, III.; McLaughlin, Andrew, Peterson, N. J.; 
Meier, Thomas J., Detroit, Mich.; Monica, Louis, Garyville, La. 



FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Morrissette, H. Taylor, Spring, Hill, Ala.; Mould, Owen A., N. Arlington, Va.; Mouton, John A. Lafayette, La.; Mulherin, Louis, 
Jr., Augusta, Ga.; Murray, William W., Decatur, III. 

SECOND ROW: Noto, Thomas, Tampa, Fla.; O'Leary, Gerald, Milwaukee, Wise; Picard, Albert A., Jr., Worcester, Mass.; Powell, Charles, Malcolm, 
Ala.; Power, John F., Norfolk, Va.; Redlingshafer, R. A., Kansas City, Mo. 






FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Resha, James J., Birmingham, Ala.; Revere, Joseph M., Mobile, Ala.; Rounfree, Wm. F., Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Ryan, James P., 
Savannah, Ga.; Saxer, Robert J., Hasbrouch Heights, ' . 

Second ROW: shoulders. Jack M.. Mobile, Ala.; Steinbach, Thomas, Booton Rouge, La.; Sonnhalter, Edward, Cleveland, Ohio; Stavrakos, Harry, Jr., 
Mobile, Ala.; Taylor, Wm. H., Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Waters, Perry, Pensacola, Flo. 



SCHOOL OF PHILOSOPHY 




SOPHOMORE CLASS 



LEFT TO RIGHT: Ahern, James M., Chicago, III.; Ardoin, Johnnie L., Eunice, La.; Best, Harry I., Jr., Augusta, Go.; Blackburn, Gerald, J., Chicago, 
III.; Boiling, Milton J., Ill, Mpbile, Ala.; Brennan, Thomas E., Milwaukee, Wis.; Brown, Burnell R., Jr., Dallas, Texas. 






LEFT TO RIGHT: Bubb, Roy L., Atlanta, Ga.; Buckley, P. T., Jr., Jackson, Miss.; Callan, John P., Chicago, III.; Carey, Hugh, Houston, Texas; 
Carroll, William J., Chicago, III.; Cimino, Richard E., Tampa, Fla.; Clarke, William E., Mobile, Ala. 








TOP ROW, Left to Right: Cleary, William F., West Palm Beach, Fla.; Colbert, 
Thomas P., Chicago, III.; Coughlin, L. V., Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Cruthirds, Joseph A., 
Mobile, Ala. 

BOTTOM ROW: Daniels, Douglas, Mobile, Ala.; Degnan, James P., Memphis, 
Tenn.; DeLage, C. J. B., IV, Mobile, Ala.; Doerfler, Lawrence J. Oklahoma City, Okla. 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 




TOP ROW, Left to Right: Donovan, James P., Chicago, III.; Drago, Ronald B., Chicago, III; Ellis, Alvin C, Mobile, Ala; Ernst, John L., Pine Bluff, 
Ark.; Evans, Billy Dale, Mobile, Ala.; Parrell, Garrett B., Jr., St. Petersburg, Pla.; Gibbons, Howell E., Mobile, Ala. 

BOTTOM ROW: Gonzales, Robert, Tampa, Fla.; Gorham, Vincent R., Lake Worth, Pla.; Gooin, Jean L., Montreal 8, Canada; Grieb, William E., 
Milwaukee, Wis.; Halpin, Michael J., St. Louis, HI.; Heggeman, B. J., Jr., St. Louis, Mo.; Hickey T. Allen, Mobile, Ala. 




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TOP ROW, left fo Right: Higgins, James E., Hopkinsville, Ky.; Hinton, G. L., Jr., Spring Hill, Ala.; Hodges, Charles R., Spring Hill, Ala.; 
Hughes, Gerald T., Chicago, III.; Jennings, Phil W., Thiensville, Wis.; Johnson, Maurice J., Spring Hill, Ala.; Jumonville, Robert J., Napoleon, La. 

BOTTOM ROW: Kelly, Emmett, Jr., Lake Worth, Flo.; Kiernan, Thomas J., Belie Harbor, L. I., N. Y.; Kittler, Frederick J., Shreveporf, La.; Kiepae, 
James, Jackson, Ala.; Knight James M., Mobile, Ala.; Koehler, George E., Jefferson, Wis.; Kovacs, Stephen, Jr., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 



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TOP ROW, Left fo Right: Kruse, Robert L., Mobile, Ala.; Lafitteau, William B., Metarie, La.; Leighton, P. H., Jr., Spring Hill, Ala.; Linares, 
Carlos, Havana, Cuba; Long Bernard J., Mobile, Ala.; Lynam, Frank L., Mobile, Ala.; MacDonald, R. J., Washington, D. C. 

BOTTOM ROW: McAleer, William V., Mobile, Ala.; McCabe, John E., Pensacola, Fla.; McDermott, Wm. H., Mobile, Ala.; McGinn, George, Savan- 
nah, Go.; Markwalter, John S., Aujgusta, Ga.; Matthews, Donald R., Brooklyn, N. Y.; Montgomery, E. C, New Orleans, La. 





TOP ROW, left to Right: Mueller, Edward A., Jr., Milwaukee, Wis.; Mulcahy, 
Robert J., Chicago, III.; Mulherin, Joseph B., Augusta, Ga.; Murray, John W., Decatur, 
III. 

BOTTOM ROW: Naud, Joseph N., Detroit, Mich.; Naughton, Thomas J., Chicago, 
III.; Nordloh, John H., Milwaukee, Wise; Perry, Ralph J., Chicago, III. 



SOPHOMORE 
CLASS 



TOP ROW, Left to Rioht: Powell, Walter W., little Rock, Ark.; Reed, Jack R., Eunice, la.; Reilly, Richard J., Chicago, III.; Robinson, P. M., Jr., 
Memphis, Tenn.; Schluter, John L, Mobile, Ala.; Scott, Marvin T., Mobile, Ala.; Scott, William A., Chicago, III. 

BOTTOM ROW: Sedlin, Leonard H., Mobile, Ala.; Shields, James A., Valley Stream, N. Y.; Smith, Raymond I., Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Snyder, Arthur 
F., Mobile, Ala.; Tardy, Thomas R., West Helena, Ark.; Thierry, Paul A., Sarasota, Fla.; Tonsmeire, Louis E., Spring Hill, Ala. 









LEFT TO RIGHT: Uchello, Louis C, Jr., Biloxi, Miss.; Vassar, Frank G., Mobile, Ala.; Waddell, George P., 
Chicago, III.; Wade, William E., Germantown, Tenn.; Walsh, James H., Sarasota, Flo.; Walter, F. X., Ill, Spring 
Hill, Ala. 




LEFT TO RIGHT: Whittlngton, R. G., Houston, Texas; Willemse, C. W., Ill, Tampa, Fla.; Williams, Luis M., 
Spring Hill, Ala.; Woods, Robert E., Mobile, Ala.; Zolopany, Peter E., Mobile, Ala.; Zanone, Charles F., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 



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FRESHMAN 
CLASS 







FtRST ROW, left to Right: Allsup, William J., Whistler, Ala.; Alvarez, R. A., Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Anderson, R. H., Jr., Mobile, Ala., 
Anello, Joseph P., Jr., Jacksonville, Flo.; Averett, William R., Semmes, Ala.; Bahlinger, Reginald T., Baton Rouge, La. 





SECOND ROW: Ball, William G., Loretto, Ky.; Barbee, John P., Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Bell, John A., Mobile, Ala.; Benton, Clarence S., 
Mobile, Ala.; Bielman, Lawrence A., Detroit, Mich.; Blackwell, Robert J., Mobile, Ala. 







THIRD ROW: Braman, Kempton B., Pensocola, Flo.; Brennan, David M., St. Louis, Mo.; Burke, Barron C, Savannah, Go.; Butter- 
field, Denis O., Western Springs, III.; Codden, Thomas W., Atlanta, Go. 




FIRST ROW, left to Right: Cazayoux, Robert, Baton Rouge, La.; Christie Thomas P., Pensacola, Fla.; 
Clarli, Joseph S., Shreveport, La.; Cuevos, Lawrence C, Biloxi, Miss. 

SECOND ROW: DeFotto, Vincent P., Shreaveport, La.; Devine, Neil J., Cleveland, Ohio; Dick, Hesden 
H., Westwego, La.; Dooley, James E., Detroit, Mich. 

THIRD ROW: Duffy, John A., Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Erb, Dan M., Mobile, Ala.; Evans, Ferman J., Jr., 
Shrfveport, La.; Ferris, Albert A., Shreveport, La. 



FRESHMAN 




CLASS 



FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Flautt, Frank 
H., Sidon, Miss.; Fox, Alex P., University 
City, Mo.; Gaiennie, Richard M., Opelou- 
sas. La.; Gibson, Dewey A., Jr., Mobile, 
Ala.; Gorman, George H., Mobile, Ala. 

SECOND ROW: Gunthorpe, C. H., 
Mobile, Ala.; Hanlon, William H., Mobile, 
Ala.; Harris, Edgar C, Mobile, Ala.; Himel, 
Eddie J., Houma, La.; Hogan, Glenn D., 
Sarasota, Flo. 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Howell, Frank Wm., Sayville, N. Y.; Irby, Francis D., Mobile, Ala.; Jones, Alfred P., Mobile, Ala.; Jones, Bryson 
D., Shreveport, La.; Kerrigan, Edward V., Chicago, III.; Kerrigan, John F., Chicago, III. 

SECOND ROW: Kinnally, William J., Chicago, III.; Largay, Ralph J., Mobile, Ala.; Lindstrom, H. A., Jr., Spring Hill, Ala.; Lopez, Ro- 
berto, Havana, Cuba; Lynch, Gerald H., Aiken, S. C; McHugh, R. J., Jr., Selma, Ala. 

THIRD ROW: Mcllwain, Wm. B., Mobile, Ala.; McKinnon, Charles E., Tampa, Fla.; Maldonado, Jose, Monterrey, Mex.; Maisch, James 
R., Shreveport, La.; Mansur, Jossy M., Arub^, Netherlands, W. I.; Mansur, Ruben D., Aruba, Netherlands, W. I. 



March, Edward R., Jr. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Marchiony, L. J. 

New York, N. Y. 



Massari, Franklin S. 

Tampa, Fla. 

Massey, Kenneth 

Mobile, Ala. 





FIRST ROW, Left fo Right: Maffhews, J. P., Jr., little Rock, Ark.; Miranda, Emilio A., San Juan, P. R.; 
Mitchell, J. I., Jr., Norfolk, Va.; Morrison, J. G., Jr., Mobile, Ala. 

SECOND ROW: Mouton, James B., Lafayette, La.; Muller, Paul, Selma, Ala.; Nelson, William C, Mobile, 
Ala.; Newell, Thomas J., Chicago, III. 

THIRD ROW: Nieves, Jose A., Guayamo, P. R.; Nieves, Luis A., Guayama, P. R.; Nolan, John J., 
Janesville, Wics.; O'Brien, James C, Jr., Shreveport, La. 




FRESHMAN 

CLASS 



FIRST ROW, Left to Right: O'Brien, Pat- 
rick, J., Detroit, Mich., Oerting, Julius D., 
Mobile, Ala.; Ollinger, Ellis V., Jr., Mobile, 
Ala.; Palermo, Vincent G., Tampg, Fla.; 
Parker, Eugene W., Mobile, Ala. 

SECOND ROW: Partridge, David R., Mo- 
bile, Ala.; Peresich, John P., Biloxi, Miss.; 
Phillips, Robert A., Savannah, Ga.; Pierce, 
Edwin P., Mobile, Ala.; Pierce, John A., 
Savannah, Ga. 




FIRST ROW, left to Right: Pitalo, Marion D., Biloxi, Miss.; Pompei, Ronald J., Fairlawn, N. J.; Praytor, Hugh T., Jr., Mobile, Ala.; Ramos, 
Juan A., San Lorenzo, P. R.; Reldy, Jerome P., St. Louis, Mo.; Rein, William T., Chicago, III. 

SECOND ROW: Ring, David A., St. Louis, Mo.; Rives, John E., Birmingham, Ala.; Rodriguez, Francisco, J., Preston Oriente, Cuba; Roper, 
Robert G., Shreveport, La.; Sarra, Vincent D., Pensacola, Fla.; Schwing, James W., New Iberia, La. 

THIRD ROW: Scopes, John T., Shreveport, La.; Shea, William A., Midlothian, III.; Donald Smith, Chicago, III.; Smith, Edgar M., Eight Mile, 
Ala.; Smith, Everett H., Spring Hill, Ala.; Smith, Samuel K., Jr., Mobile, Ala. 





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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Smith, Sydney C, Tampa, Fla.; Smith, William H., Mobile, Ala.; Sullivan, Terrence, Chicago, III.; Sweeney, 
Walter G., Miami, Fla.; Thomas, David S., St. Louis, Mo.; Tonsmeire, Wm. H., Spring Hill, Ala. 

SECOND ROW: Veron, Ernest J., Lutcher, La; Ware, Thomas W., Savannah, Ga.; Wielatz, Paul C, Tampa, Fia.; Yost Wm. H., Jr., 
Mobile, Ala.; Zoghby, Michael E., Prichard, Ala. 



Classroom knowledge used and exercised in campus 
organizations gave us depth of understanding and 
weaftfi of self-assurance. The hands are those of 
the Moderators. Their touch was light, yet deft. We 
acquired no more matter, but that matter acquired 
form 



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Spring Hill's contribution to the na- 
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and Universities is shown in this page. 
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ALPHA SIGMA NU 




MICHAEL SALMON 
President 







GEORGE BARRETT 




Alpha Sigma Nu is the national honorary fra- 
ternity of Jesuit colleges, and is restricted to Jun- 
iors and Seniors whose exceptional scholastic abil- 
ity is supported by loyalty and extracurricular 
service. 





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WILLIAM GALLAGHER 





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LEO HOAR 



WADE BOSARGE 



STEVE GENEST 



SAM ELLZEY 



GENE AAARONE 



ANDREW McLaughlin 




BETA BETA 
BETA 




ANELLO, JOE 
CONNELLY, J. 



BROWN, BURNELL 
DIAZ, MANUEL 



BUCKLEY, PAT 
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CAZAYOUX, R. 
GALLAGHER, W. 



JOHN SOTO 
President 



BOB SAXER 
Vice President 




TOM NOTO 
Secretary 



NICK D'AMATO 
Historian 




REV. P. H. YANCEY, S. J. 
Moderator 



The Beta Alpha Chapter of Beta Beto Beta 
was chartered in 1922. Its purpose is to cultivate 
interest in biological and medical research. Meet- 
ings are held bimonthly and are supplemented by 
lectures from eminent physicians and biologists. 



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McDonald, tom 
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PHILLIPS, ROBERT 
REILLY, RICHARD 



SEDLIN, LEONARD 
SHIELDS, JIM 



STAVRAKOS, HARRY 
WARREN, DAVID 



AMERICAN 
CHEMICAL 
SOCIETY 



This year savv' the Chemistry Club affiliat- 
ed v^ith the American Chemical Society. The 
purpose of the Club is to foster interest in all 
the phases of chemistry. Frequent trips ore 
made to chemical plants. Rev. George Twell- 
meyer is moderator. 




JOHN CONNOLLY 
President 



CHARLES BARTER 
Vice-Pres. 




BERNARD KONZEN 
Secretary 



Chemistry Annex: Home of the Labs 





NEAL WILLEMSE 
Vice-Pres. 



JAMES MALSCH 
President 




PHI 
KAPPA 
DELTA 




MICHAEL ZOGHBY 
Secretary 




GEORGE BARRETT 




EUGENE WOODS 

Treasurer 



The college chapter of the notional forensic 
fraternity was installed in 1947 and reactivated in 
1951. It promotes the interests of intercollegiate 
oratory^ debate, and public speaking. The mem- 
bership is recruited by nomination from the Portier 
Debating Academy. 



'All the world 
is a stage ..." 

Shakespeare 



ALPHA PSI OMEGA 



ETA EPSILON CAST 




The Eta Epsilon Cast (chapter) of the national 
honorary dramatic fraternity was established in 
1938. It aims to promote interest in college dra- 
matics and to provide a wide fellowship for those 
interested in college productions. Membership is 
open to qualified Yenni Players actively engoged 
in dramatics. Rev. Franklyn Lynette is moderator. 



JOHN MICHELS 





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LEO HOAR 



DICK WHITTINGTON 





PRING 




The Editorial Board prepares an issue. BACK ROW, Left to Right: Associate Editors Manuel Diaz, Fred Kittler, Pat Phillips, 
Randy Tardy, Ist Semester Moderator Mr. Thomas Clancy, S. J., and Associate Editor Tom Naughton. SITTING: Editor 

Mike Salmon, Moderator Mr. Walter McCauley, S. J., and Associate Editor Burnell Brown. 




The SPRINGHILLIAN is the biweekly col- 
lege newspoper which publishes oil the news 
that is fit to print. It creates school spirit and 
serves as a close bond among the students. 
Last year it won First Honors from the Catho- 
lic Press Association. 

The SPRINGHILLIAN is the oldest of the 
campus publications, begun as a quarterly 
in 1861 as the College Album. 



Circulation men Tom Newell, Bill Kenter, and Business Staff- 
man John Nordloh (standing) check with Circulation Editor 
Steve Kovacs, Business Manager Dewey Gibson and Assistant 
Business Manager Bob McHugh. 



HLLIAN 



Feature Writer Joe Johnson and News Writer Mike Zoghby 
check a layout with Feature Writer Bert Farris and News Editoi 
Joe Clark, 





Sports Writers Tom Daly, John Ernst, and Bill Murray (standing) plan the 
sports section with Sports Editors Mickey McGranahan and Ray Jackson, 



Thomas Meier, SPRINGHILLIAN Photographer 



Columnists Jim Gai.away, George Barrett, and Joe Degnan 
pound the typewriter at the eleventh hour. 




THE MOTLEY CONTRIBUTORS 
(What a MOTLEY crew!) 




Dick Callahan, Editor Joe Degnan, and Eugene 
Woods. 



THE 
MOTLEY 



Founded in 1930 as The Spring Hill Quarterly, 
the Motley is the only quarterly that comes out 
twice a year. The name is based on the fact that 
the contributors ore a motley crew, and on Shake- 
speare's quote in "As You Like It", O noble fool! 
A worthy fool! Motley's the only wear. 

Father Franklin Murray is the moderator. 









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WILLIAM GALLAGHER, '52 
Editor 



MANUEL DIAZ 
Associate Editor 
NICK D'AMATO 
Associate Editor 

TOM NOTO 

Associate Editor 

BILL MURRAY 

Sports Editor 



TOM MEIER 

Photographer 

DICK WHITTINGTON 

Photography Editor 



THE TORCH 




The Torch staff lets the book 
speck for itself. However, we 
wont to explain why it is colled 
the Torch. In "The Torch on 
the Hill" Father Michael Kenny 
refers to the torch of educa- 
tion. "To you from failing 
hands we throw The Torch. 
Be yours to hold it high." 



BUSINESS STAFF 



JOHN CONNELLY, Mgr. 
JOHN NORDLOH 



PETE ROBINSON 
BILL TAYLOR 




left to Right: Burnell Brown, Lorry Doerfler, Bert Ferris, John Michels, President George Barrett, Ed Killorin, Louis Nomon, 
Ray Redlingshofer, John Soto, and Neal Wiliemse. 



STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



The Student Council emerged from an experi- 
mental stage to a permanent organization in 1928. 
It acts as the student governing board, directing 
and supervising campus activities, class and other 
elections, social events, celebrations, and student 
customs. Under the president, George Barrett, it 
coordinates all the campus organizations. The 
members are duly elected class and organizational 
representatives. The Moderator is Father William 
J. Rimes, S.J., Dean of Men. 



GEORGE BARRETT, President 





Some of the many trophies ac- 
quired over the years by Portier 
Debating Academy. 



One of the oldest campus organizations, the 
Portier Debating Academy was organized in 1905, 
and named for the founder of the College. Its aim 
is to train its members to speak and debate in 
public. Father John Walsh is the Moderator. 



PORTIER 

DEB^ 




Thomas Byrne Memorial Library; Home of Portier Debating Academy 




LORENZ NEUHOFF, '52 
Alumnus of Portier 




BACK ROW, Left fo Right, rr. 
Walsh, Eugene Woods, Mike Zogh- 
by . . . SECOND ROW: Jim 
Malsch, Vince Defatta, Bryson Jones, 
Art Hooten . . . FRONT ROW: 
Robert Mulcahy, Burnell Brown, Joe 
Johnson, Larry Neuhoff, and Jim 
Degnan. Presiding is President 
Neal Wiliemse. 




riNG 

ACADEMY 




REV. JOHN WALSH 
Moderator 



From Portier's membership are selected the 
intercollegiate deboting teams and informal teams 
for debates in public and parochial schools and 
before civic organizations. The Academy sponsors 
the annual Azalea Debate Tournament, which 
draws competing intercollegiate teams from many 
parts of the nation. 



Neal Wiliemse, President of Por- 
tier, delivers a talk at a recent 
debate. 





CENTRAL COUNCIL, Left fo Right: Manuel Diaz, James Ahern, Gene 
Morone, Joe Olivier, Perfect Dan Nolan, Father Michel Majoli, Bert Ferris 

Nick D'Amato, Henry Flautt, John Ernst, and George Siener 

BOTTOM: WORLD SODALITY DAY: Recitation of the Rosary before the 
Grotto. 






SODALITY of the 



AHERN, JAMES 
CUEVAS, LARRY 
D'AMATO, NICK 
DEFATTA, VINCE 



DEGNAN, JOE 

DIAZ, MANUEL 

DRAGO, RONALD 

ERNST, JOHN 





Koehler, G. 
Nolan, Dan 



Fedor, Bob 

Kovacs, Steve 

Noto, Tom 



Ferris, Bert 

Morone, Gene 

Olivier, Joe 



Floutt, Henry 
Massari, Frank 
Palermo, Vince 



Hogan, Dale 
Mitchell, Jim 
Peresich, Pat 



Jones, Bryson 

Nooghton, Tom 

Phillips, Pot 



IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 



The Sodality was introduced 
at Spring Hill in 1847 with a 
view to forming Catholic lay 
leaders. The Sodality fosters 
devotion to the Blessed Virgin, 
lays the foundations for zeal 
in the cause of religion, and 
promotes the best interests of 
one's neighbor. 

It is affiliated with the Mo-- 
bile Student's Spiritual Union. 



Phillips, R. 
Pierce, John 
Rodriguez, F. 



Roper, Bob 
Siener, Geo. 
Thomas, David 




MUSIC... 



Under the direction of Mr. Clem Toca and Mr. 
Warren Freeman, S.J., the Music Department has 
skyrocketed this year. The objectives of the music 
progr.am are to present music as a means of 
broadening and enriching cultural life; to stimulate 
interest in the sacred music of the Catholic Church 
and to give fuller knowledge and appreciation 
of it; and to provide opportunities for participa- 
tion in various musical organizations. 




MR. CLEM TOCA 
Director 




College Inn 
Department. 



home of the Music 



The Combo; Fred Kittler at the piano 
and Lou Monica, vocalist. SEATED: 
Douglas Daniels, Tom Daly, Paul Thierry 
and Dan Nolan. In the back: Clem Toca, 
Al Mouton, and Joe Johnson. 





THE CHOIR: BACK ROW, Left fo Right: John Pierce, Charles McKln- 
non, Roy Bubb, Jossy Mansur, Burnell Brown SECOND ROW: John 

Ardoin, Ben Evans, Frank Rodriguez, and Paul Thierry FRONT 

ROW: George Koehler, Larry Cuevas, Dale Hogan, and Mr. Freeman, 
S. J. 




LOCAL CLUBS 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: 
Ed Kerrigan, Robert Mul- 
cohy, John Kerrigan, Jock 
Callan. 

SECOND ROW: Tom New- 
ell, Jim Egan, Peter Hol- 
land, Jim Donovan, Tom 
Noughton. 

THIRD ROW: Terry Sullivan, 
David Thomas, Hugh Han- 
nigan, Stan Wanucha, 
Tom McDonald, Bill Car- 
roll, Dick Reilly. 

LAST ROW: Tom Colbert, 
Jim Cunning, Jim Ahern, 
Don Smith, Bernie Kon- 
zen, and Jerry Hughes. 



CHICAGO CLUB 



LATIN-AMERICAN CLUB 



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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: 
Jossy Monsur, Carlos Lin- 
ares, Paco Linares, Jose 
Moldonado. 

SECOND ROW: Joe Clark, 
Jose NIeves, Louis Nieves. 

THIRD ROW: Reuben Mon- 
sur, Syd Smith, Alex Man- 
sur, Roberto Lopez. 





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FIRST ROW, left to Right: Bob Cazayoux, Steve Kovaes, Gene Marone, Larry Cuevat, and Ronald Drago . . . SECOND 
ROW: Henry Flautt, Pat Phillips, James Allen, Dale Hogan, and Francisco Rodriouez . . LAST ROW: George Barrett, George 
Siener, Tom McGowan, Joe Degnon, John Connelly, Lorry Neuhoff, Ted DeLorme, Art Hooten, and George Koehler. 



SANCTUARY SOCIETY 



The Society consists of student acolytes who serve Moss and assist at the various liturgical 
functions of the academic year: Benediction on Sunday and the First Fridays, and Solemn Masses 
and other liturgical ceremonies. Father Arthur Colkin is Moderator and George Siener is President. 



FRONT ROW, Left to Right: 
Ossie Coughlin, Andy Mc- 
Laughlin, President Frank 

Boiling, Stan Manucha, 
Louis Mulherln. 

BACK ROW: Don Ball, Billy 
Wade, Eddie Sheffield, 
Jack Doiron, Neol Wil- 
lemse, Ray Green, Bob 
McDonald. 




CLUB 



The S Club is com- 
posed of major athletic 
letter winners. Its objec- 
tive is the promotion of 
greater student interest 
in intercollegiate athlet- 
ics. With the receipts of 
several socials financial 
help is given to the Ath- 
letic Department. 



FRANK BOLLING 
President 




KNIGHTS OF 
COLUMBUS 



COUNCIL 3038 




JOHN McGRANAHAN 
Grand Knight 




The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal benefit 
society of Catholic manhood, founded in 1882,. to 
render aid to its members and other beneficiaries. 
The cardinal ideals of the society are charity, unity, 
fraternity and patriotism. 

Council 3038, the Father Michael Kenny 
Council, was established in 1947. The Council 
draws its members from the student body, faculty, 
alumni and other Catholics. 



FRONT ROW, left to Right: Sieve Kovocs, George Koehler, Gene Mcrone, and John McGranohon. 
SECOND ROW: Roy Jackson, Tom Daly, Larry Cuevas, and Burnell Brown THIRD ROW: Joe 

Degnan, Bill Dean, Pat Peresich, and Josiy Manjur . REAR: Louis Nomon. 




DAY STUDENTS SODALITY 




FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Don Wagner, Milton Boiling, Alvin Ellis, and Father Thomas Mulcrone . . . 
SECOND ROW: T. J. Karcher, Frank Boiling, Ellis Ollinger, James OIlis, Joe Johnson, and Mike Zoghby. 



The Day Students Sodality is not a sepa- 
rate Sodality, but a branch of the Spring 
Hill College Sodality, under the spiritual di- 
rection of Father Mulcrone. It sponsors noon 
devotions and the Rosary at the Grotto plus 
periodic group Mass and Holy Communion. 
Milton Boiling has been president for the last 
two years. 



FATHER THOMAS MULCRONE 

Director, and 

MILTON BOLLING 

Prefect 




FRATERNITIES 



OMICRON SIGMA 



CASIMO CUSH, 
President 



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The oldest fraternity on campus, 
Omicron Sigma was founded in 1916. 
Every year it awards the Matt Rice 
Cup to the student who renders the 
greatest service to the college. 



Cadden, T. 
Cush, M. 



Fedor, Richard 
Fedor, Robert 



FRATERNITY SWEETHEART MISS SUSAN O'LEARY 
AND DAVID THOMAS 



Kiernon, T. 
Kiftler, F. 



O'Brien, J. 
Thierry, P. 



Thomas, D. 
Willemse, N. 




F R A T i El N I T I E S 



SIGMA ALPHA KAPPA 



THETA ALPHA CHAPTER 







MISS LILY CONSTANTINE 
Sweetheart of SAK 



The only national fraternity on campus 
is Sigma Alpha Kappa (Theta Alpha Chap- 
ter), with chapters throughout the South and 
in New York. 

The main event of the year is the Mardi 
Gras Ball. 



S. A. K.'s Queen, Miss Lily Con- 
stontine, and S. A. K. President 
Lou Naman after the coronation 
at the annual Mardi Gras Ball. 



OFFICERS 

LOUIS NAMAN 

President 

JOHN McDERMOTT 

Vice President 

RICHARD CIMINO 

Secretary 

JOE OLIVIER 

Treasurer 

TONY SCOTTO 

Sergeant-at-Arms 



A scene of the S.A.K. Mardi Grat 
Ball. 




FRATERNITIES 



SIGMA ALPHA KAPPA 



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LOUIS NAMAN 
President 






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Anello, Joe 
Ciminio, Dick 
Gonzalez, Bob 
Mansur, R. 
Nolo, Tom 
Warren, D. 



Bolletierri, N. 
Cuevas, Lorry 

Hill, Art 

Mason, Ashbe/ 

Olivier, Joe 

Waters, D. 



Brown, Bill 
D'Amafo, N. 

Kittj, G. 

Mossori, F. 

Palermo J. 

Whittington, D. 



Brown, Tom 
Dever, David 
McDermott, J. 
Matthews, J. 
Peresieh, J. 



Diaz, Manuel 

Maldonado, J. 

Mitchell, J. 

Smith, Syd. 



Buckley, Pat 
Evans, Ben 
Mansur, Jossy 
Nieves, Jose 
Scotto, Tony 




FRATERNITIES 



PHI OMEGA 




The Queen's Dance at the 
Penguin Ball 




MISS MARY ANN FRITZ 
Sweetheart of Phi O 



The annual Penguin Ball is the high- 
light of Phi Omega. The second oldest 
fraternity on campus. Phi O distinguishes 
itself during the year in many campus 
activities, including guiding visitors dur- 
ing the annual Open House during the 
Azalea Trail. 



THE PENGUIN BALL COURT 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Tom Steinbocl 
and date; Queen Mary Ann Frits 
ond Chancellor Ray Redlingshafer 
Larry Neuhoff and date. 



FRATERNITIES 






PHI OMEGA 



J. Ardoin 
H. Corey 
G. Hinton 
G. McGinn 
T. Newell 
D* Ring 
P. Zalopany 



RAY REDLINGSHAFER 
Chancellor 




H. Best 
J. Donovan 
W. Kinnally 
L. Muiherin 

J. Reed 
T. Steinbach 



J. Blackburn 

A. Fox 

W. Lofitteau 

T. Noughton 

J. Reidy 

W. Wade 



J. Davis 

P. Jennings 

J. Markwalter 

E. Nietzel 

P. Robinson 




Our character grew apace in athletic competition. 
The hands are those of our Athletic Directors, but 
also those of our fellow men. In friendly competi- 
tion and cooperation we learned virtues most im- 
portant for life. Still more vital, we discovered the 
holes and flaws in our make-up: and if we were wise 
we plugged and repaired . . . 




THE '51 -'52 BASKETBALL TEAM 

In the back Rev. Daniel Cronin, Athletic Moderator. In the semicircle, from left to right: Bob McDonald Jack 
Lowery, Ronald PompeiVince Herold, Andy McLaughlin, Jules Mugnier, Captain, Happy Mahfouz, Jerry Frederick 
Ph.! Jennings Bill Rem, Tom Colbert, and Jack Regan. In side the circle: Coach William Gardiner, Mane 
uei Diaz, and Assistant Coach Paul Napolitano. 



jnoger Man- 



BADGERS... 



...RETAIN B.B. SUCESS 




When the '51 edition Ba dg'Sf 'we* was unveiled, they looked impressive and appeared to be a real 
pennant contender. Local' and conference sports v/riters tabbed the Badgers as incufoating, while preparing 
for a winner in '62-'5^, Wrinkles gathered over this none-too-optimistic outlook as the Badgers doubled the 
scores of their first t#o opponents, Troy State and Pensacola Naval Air Station. 'W 

The Badgerj^dilKrted another victory streak by trouncing Florida State, N^estthwestern, Centenary, Loyola, 
and Memphij^fate, a nationally ranked team. 

These^ctories proved to be the emergence of the Badgers from the darkhorse role to that of favorite. 
The n^(^f one reason was Jules "Stormy" Mugnierr, whose average from the ftebr was a phenomenal .461 . 
SteflJi^pfoles were also turned in by Andy McLaughlin, guard; Happy Mahfouz, forward; Jerry Frederick, 
fowdrd; and Vince Herold, guard. 

- Ending Fourth in the Gulf States Conference standings, il'he Badgers lost a trio who gave their Alma Mater 
something to remember them, by: Jules Mugnier, Jerry Frederick, and Vince Herold. 



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SHC TRIUMPHS 



MOBILE... 



Andy McLoughlin (5) attempts a goal 
against Loyola in Mobile while Jerry 
Fredericks (12) comes up 




Since 1948 the Badger fans have seen Jules Mugnier mould a fabulous 
athletic career at the Hill. Never once did his performance fail to measure 
up to the highest calibre of a true competitor and a Christian athlete. His 
conduct was edifying to the Hill whether in or out of uniform. The Hill 
has lost a great athlete and a great gentleman. 

This year "Stormy" broke George Amsden's total single year output record ('46-'47) with 14 points to 
spare. In the Louisiana College gome he swished for 30 points, the largest tallied in one night by o Hill- 
man and his 4-year point total is by far the greatest of all Purple and Whiters. Twelfth man in the notion 
on rebounds, Mugnier has recently been drafted by the professional Boston Celtics. 



...LOSES 



SIX GAME STREAK 
AGAINST LOYOLA 
HALTED 



NEW ORLEANS 




Bob McDonald (6) attempts a basket at the Loyola game in New Orleans as Stormy 
Mugnier (14) guards. 



1948-49: -35 

1949-50: 45-42, 62-53 
1950-51: 55-54, 65-63 
1951-52: 52-44 



This year saw the Badger "5" beat Loyola of the South, New Orleans, for the sixth consecutive time, but 
it also marked the first time in 4 years that Loyola beat the Hill. It was at the second game of the '48-'49 
season that the Badgers won from their Jesuit neighbors from the Crescent City. They did just that up to 
January 9 of this year when they won, 52-44. On February 9, Loyola won 49-46. 



SOME OF 




ATHLETIC STAFF 



Coach Bill Gardiner's sixth year at the Hill was very similar to 
his first year, 1946, in that now, as then, he had to rebuild a team. 
This year he signed a new 5 year contract with Spring Hill with a 
"substantial increase in salary." 

The 1951 Gulf States Conference Coach of the Year, Gardiner's 
basketball teams have never ended less than fifth in standings. Last 
year, the Badgers won the GSC championship. 




Father Daniel Cronin, Athletic Director, popu- 
larly referred to as Father Dan, has taken a deep 
personal interest in all Hill sports for many years. 
Last year he was honored by being made athletic 
director. He hasn't missed a single basketball or 
baseball game. 

Father Dan's primary job has been one of liai- 
son between the College administration and the 
increasingly successful athletic department. 





Coach Paul coaches the tennis team and the 
outstanding junior varsity basketball team. His 
'Lil Badgers finished with a 9-5 record. His mas- 
terful scouting has enabled the Badger basketball 
"5" to win many a game. Besides he is Coach 
Gardiner's right arm in coaching the varsity bas- 
ketball team. 

This summer he will receive a Master's degree 
in psychology: 




FRONT ROW, left to Right: Jerry Lynch, Jack Callan, Captain John Perry, Paul Muller, and Jim O'Brien 
BACK ROW: Manager Frank Howell, Jim Cunning, Phil Jennings, Barry Mouton, and Coach Paul Napoli- 
tano. Missing were Tom Colbert and Tom Kiernan. 



The Liftle Badgers, under Coach Paul Napolitano, finished a 14-game schedule with a 9-5 record. This 
year the "little" men played some of the toughest competition found in the Mobile area. Their most significant 
accomplishment was their double victory over the Wagrrer Plumbers, champs of the powerful City League. 



STATISTICS 

Avg. Pts. Gms. 

Mouton : 

Perry . . 1 1 .7 164 14 

Colbert 10.2 143 14 

Callan 6.3 89 14 

Jennings 6.0 84 14 

Hickey SJ 23 4 

Lynch 3.2 45 14 

Muller 1.6 16 10 

Kiernan 1.3 15 11 

Phillips 8 8 9 

O'Brien 7 7 10 

Cunning 1.0 4 4 





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JOHN PERRY 
Captain 



spring . . . when a 
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BASEBALL 




After The Argument! 



Play Ball! 



WE TEAM THEY 

8 KEESLER FIELD 4 

PENSACOLA NAVY 11 

8 EGLIN FIELD 5 

4 MISSISSIPPI-SOUTHERN 3 

8 MISSISSIPPI-SOUTHERN 11 

8 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 5 

5 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 2 

7 LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 12 

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 3 

4 MISSISSIPPI-SOUTHERN 5 

6 MISSISSIPPI-SOUTHERN 10 

10 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 1 

9 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA 8 

2 LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 8 

9 LOYOLA UNIVERSITY 11 

WON 7 LOST 8 




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FRONT ROW, left to Right: Ken Massey, Stan Wanucha, Ronald Pompei, George Gorman, Jules Mugnlier, (Bat Boy Jim Gardiner), Eddie Sheffield, Don 
Ball, Ray Green, Don Wagner . . . BACK ROW: Coach William Gardiner, Andy McLaughlin, Happy Mahfouz, Manager Frank Howell, Jack Regan, Assist- 
ant Coach Milton Boiling, Bob McDonald, George Ryan, and Athletic Moderator Father Dan Cronin. 



BATTERS 



Name gms. 

Regan, Jack 5 

Sheffield, Ed 15 

Mugnier, Jules 15 

MacDonald, Bob 15 

*Clark, Billy 3 

Ball, Don 15 

McLaughlin, Andy , 10 

Wagner, Don 10 

Gorman, George 12 

Pompei, Ronald 9 

TOTAL 



AB 


H. 


Avg. 


R 


PO. 


RBI 


8 


5 


.625 


1 


23 


3 


51 


20 


.392 


15 


36 


12 


53 


18 


.339 


16 


28 


14 


56 


16 


.285 


7 


53 


13 


14 


4 


.285 


3 


9 


_ 


55 


14 


.254 


11 


23 


5 


24 


5 


.208 


4 


9 


4 


20 


3 


.150 


4 


5 


1 


28 


4 


.142 


3 


11 


3 


23 


1 


.043 


3 


20 


1 



gms. — games 

AB— at bat 

H-hits 

AVG.— average 

R— runs 

PO— put outs 

RBI— runs batted in 

W-L— won & lost record 

ER— earned runs 

SO— struck out 

W— walks (base on balls) 

BH — base hits given up 

I NP— innings pitched 

*Left team during season 



332 



90 



.271 



67 217 



56 



PITCHERS 



W-L Name gms. AB. 

1-3* *Ryan, Jack 5 

5-3 Wanucha, Stan 8 

1-1 Massey, Ken 15 

0-1 Green, Ray 15 

0-0 Rein, Bill 6 

0-0 Mahfouz, Happy ....;'. 3 

7-8 TOTAL 133 



Avg. ER SO W BH. INP 



8 


3 


.375 


14 


3 


16 


24 


13 


21 


7 


.333 


34 


31 


27 


67 


55.33 


39 


11 


.285 


2 


2 


4 


6 


3 


54 


11 


.203 


3 


2 


3 


6 


3.66 


6 


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.000 


6 


4 


n 


12 


10 


5 


— 


.000 


10 


6 


12 


11 


14 



32 .225 69 48 73 126 99 




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SPLINTER'S SQUAD 

Coach Bill Gardiner's '52 Diamond Nine fell one win shy of a 50-50 
season with their record of seven wins and 8 losses in Gulf States Con- 
ference competition. 

Three time All Conference Shortstop Jules Mugnier's brilliant play 
afield climaxed one of the most sensational athletic eras for a single athlete 
in the history of the Hill. 

Eddie Sheffield, second sacker for the Purple and Whiters, was a 
bright spot .in the Badger lineup and figured most prominently in four 
of the Hill's seven victories. 

Besides Mugnier and Sheffield, Regan, Ryan, and Wanucha cracked 
the select .300 circle. Bob MacDonold (.285) was second to Mugnier with 
runs batted in. He brought home 14 of the Hill's 77 runs. 

Stan Wanucha (5-3) and his pitching saved Spring Hill from tota 
humiliation on innumerable occasions. 



Bat Boy: Jim Gardiner 




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Bill Rein worms up for his crack at bat (3). 





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LEFT TO RIGHT:! Dave Ring,) Tom Brennan, John Nolan, Joe Burch, Billy Wade, Louis Mulherin. * 

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PARS, BIRDIES, AND EAGLES 



The Spring Hill College golf team, by virtue of their overwhelming defeat of Mississippi Southern, cap- 
tured the Gulf States Conference Championship for the third time since the league began. Mississippi 
Southern, last year's kingpins, v^ere toppled from the roost, thanks to the consistency of John Nolan, Louis 
Mulherin, Joe Burch, and Captain Tom Brennan, who again took low medalist honors. 

Only two losses were registered, against Alabama and Eglin Field. 

The tournament at Hattiesburg was the piece de resistance of the season. In the three day competition 
no team posted a serious threat to the commanding lead the team had already built. Brennan was in no 
way severely challenged in his bid for top honors and at the end of the match he received a foot high sta- 
tuette, on which was an appropriate inscription. 

This was the only championship team in the Gulf States Conference produced by Spring Hill. 



SCHEDULE 

We 

Louisiana Tech 17 

Alabama 3/2 

Tulane 11^/2 

Pensacola Navy 12'/2 

Eglin Field 8y2 

Whiting Field 20 

Mississippi Southern 1 1 '/2 

Southeastern Louisiana 13'/2 

Mississippi Southern 1 1 '/2 

Tulane 25 

Southeastern Louisiana 12'/2 

GSC Tournament: CHAMPIONS 



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12'/2 

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41/2 

672 

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John Nolan, picked by 
Coach Alvin Buckhaults as 
the outstanding Freshman 
golfer, startled not only 
Buckhaults but glso the Gulf 
States Conference with his 
fine golf. 



JOHN NOLAN SWINGING 



Tom "Koundog" Brennan 
played par golf almost all 
season and was one of the 
chief reasons for Spring 
Hill's success this year. 



TOM BRENNAN PUTTING 





TENNIS 



SCHEDULE 

We 

Loyola 2 

Pensacola Navy 2 

Whiting Field ' . . 5 

Marion Institute 7 

Whiting Field 5 

Mississippi Southern- 2 

Marion Institute 1 

Loyola 



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7 
2 

1 

5 
6 
7 



Coach Paul Napolitano's tennis team 
failed to show an impressive win column, but 
the team did show great skill in subduing a 
number of their opponents. The top singles 
included Jack McCabe, Dick Connor, Neil 
Willemse, Jimmy Schwing, and Joe Clark. In 
the Gulf States Conference tournament, the 
Spring Hill tennis team won two while drop- 
ping seven to their opponents. 



JACK McCABE 



Coach Paul Nopolitano instructs 
Dicic Connor in the proper method 
of gripping a tennis racket. 





FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Jim Schwinq, Coacli Paul Napolitano, and Joe Clark 
Neal Willemse, Charles McKinnon, Dick Connor, and Jack McCabe. 



BACK ROW: 



SPRING HILL 



One of the year's outstanding achievement in tennis was the repaying of the courts through the courtesy 
of the Mobile Alumni Association. This improvement disposed of the use of downtown Milo Park for meets 
after heavy typical Mobile downpours. It also brightened the view from the South side of Mobile Hall, 
where the courts are located. 



NTRAMURAL SPORTS 



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INTRAMURAL BOARD 



From left to right: Steve Kovacs, Joe Oliver, President Mickey McGronahon, John Soto, Peter Holland, and Tom Daly. 

The board consists of class representatives among the boarders and day students, who assist the intra- 
mural athletic director. Father Arthur Colkin, in planning and carrying out the year-round program. 



CHAMPS 



FOOTBALL: CASANOVAS 
BASKETBALL: PELICANS 
GOLF: JOHN NOLAN 



VOLLEY BALL: ARABS 
SOFTBALL: CASANOVAS 
BOWLING. SPLINTERS 



INTRAMURALS 



FOOTBALL 



CHAMPIONS: CASANOVAS 

Heralding the IM activities for the 
scholastic year, football is one of the 
roughest and most competitive sports 
'n the program. 




Fourth down, too many yards to go 



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BASKETBALL 



CHAMPIONS: PELICANS 




The jump that starts another IM basketball game 



It came close, but didn't make it 



The IM sport demanding the most 
ambition, basketball is played at odd 
hours because of the varsity and junior 
varsity's use of the gym. Nonetheless, 
great interest is shown. Most of the of- 
ficials come from the ranks of the Bad- 
gers and 'Lil Badgers. 




FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Roy Benitez, Mickey McGran- 
ohan, and Peter Holland BACK ROW: Mr. Thomas Clancy, 

S. J., Terry Logan, Bert Clerkin, and Tom McGowan. 



Casanovas in action 



INTRAMURALS 



FOOTBALL 



CHAMPS: CASANOVAS 



*'KS 





Footballs in the air 



CASANOVAS LINEUP 




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INTRAMURALS 



BOWLING 



Bowling, perhaps the most popular intramural sport, is, at any rate, 
a year-round affair. Sunday morning, after Mass, the IM bowlers leave 
for King's Bowling Alleys for a morning of healthy competition and extra- 
curricular relaxation. 



GOLF 



The only intramural sport in which an individual, not a team, wins 
is golf. It is also restricted to Freshmen. The purpose of IM golf is to de- 
termine what Freshmen are most apt to make the Varsity Team. This year's 
winner was John Nolan, who startled not only the coach but also the Gulf 
States Conference with his fine golf. 




JOHN NOLAN 



SPLINTERS 
LEFT TO RIGHT: Gene LaColla, Jim Schwing, 
Lou Monica, Roy Jackson, Mickey McGranahan, 
Tom Brown, and Mascot Tommy. 




Spiritual, intellectual and social activities, the daily 
routine of campus life terminating on the glorious 
day of graduation, have worked off all our rough 
edges, and have given us our final form and polish. 
The only hands now are our own 







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This picture shows ^he 
honor guard awaiting the 
arrival of Major General 
Frank Heilman, Chief of 
Transportation, U. S. Army. 












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This picture shows Cadet 
Capt. James Garraway and 
Cadet 1st Lt. Robert Egan, 
Executive Officer, inspecting 
the rifles of the 1st Platoon, 
Company A. The cadet 
presenting his rifle to the 
company commander is Ca- 
det Pvt. Ellis. 





R. O. T. C. 




LT. COL. MOORE 



Pictured here is a group of advanced cadets of the Spring Hill College Army Transportation Corps ROTC 
unit receiving instruction from Capt. V. I. Lunning of the 1703d Air Transport Group, Brookley Air Force Base, 
OS to the vast responsibilities of the Military Air Transport system. The group recently was invited by the 
Air Force to gain knowledge of the Air Transport Service rendered the joint services by the Military Air 
Transport. 






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SUMMER CAMPS 





Fr. Donnelly Aims High 



Spring Hill ROTC Cadets undergo 
six weeks of summer training at Fort 
Eustis. 



Lt. General Brooks discusses Rifle Range Techniques with Cadet Jimmy 
Garraway 



A Spring Hill Dance In Virginia 



Cadets Ryan and Killorin Man the Fire Boat 




AND CAMPUS 




FR. GUTERL 
Director of the summer session 



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Scenes From 

RESOURCE-EDUCATION 

INSTITUTE 

Held During 

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Summer Season 





Group Examines Soil Mops 




A Lesson in Water Levels 



Mr. Trigg and Mr. Rooney Examine Posters 



Visiting Teacher and a Student See 
Soil Conservation Display 






MISS MARY ANN FRITZ 
Phi Omega 




Judge: MR. HAROLD BJELLO 
GAYFER'S 




KAISS JUNE LUDVIGSEN 





MISS ANN THUBUN 
PORTIER DEBATING ACADEMY 



MISS MARGARET GILBERT 
SODALITY 




THE CLASS OF '52 



CONGRATULATIONS 

"I have the highest confidence that you will nneasure up to our expectations, if with the help of God's 
assisting grace you keep through the first hard years that lie ahead of you that unified Christian outlook on 
life that your teachers here taught you and that so many of you according to my limited observation have 
really assimilated as an habitual attitude. 

"Men of 1952, in this matter there is no middle way for you, and you know \\. You have so imbibed 
the basic truths of God's supreme claim upon you, the sacredness of His Law, the primacy of ethics over 
every other science that unless you lead a very sheltered life, you will never rest short of heroism or frustra- 
tion." 

(Father President's Address) 




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Academic Procession 



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Graduation On The Avenue Of Oaks 



LIONEL BAXTER, 



MIKE SALMON, 




Principal Speaker 



Valedictorian 



'Maxima Cum Laude" 



Father Dean Begins 
The Commencement Exercises 




And Spring Hill will miss you, 
but follow the trail that she has 
outlined. 




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BISHOP TOOLEN RECEIVES LLD. 




Bishop Toolen and Father Smith 



BISHOP TOOLEN presided over the graduation cere- 
mony, in an address at the close of the exercises he. said 
that much of dishonesty and corruption in government, 
and elsev/here, can be traced to the lack of God in 
education." 




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STUDENT DIRECTORY 



ADAMS, CHARLES 

1254 Texas St., Mobile, Ala. 
AHERN, JAMES M. 
5924 W. Addison St., Chicago, III. 
ALLEN, DONALD L. 

244 W. Second St., Pass Christian, Miss. 

ALLEN, JAMES T. 

3611 Dartmouth St., Dallas, Texas 

ALLSUP, WILLIAM J. 

Rt. 8, Box 136, Whistler, Ala. 

ALONZO, REYNOLDS T., JR. 

2559A, Kittyhawk Ave., Merrimac Hgts., Mobile, 

ALVAREZ, RAYMOND A., JR. 

1854 Old Gov't St., Mobile, Ala. 

ANDERSON, ROBERT H., JR. 

1848 Canal St., Mobile, Ala. 

ANELLO, JOSEPH P., JR. 

1805 Son Marco Place, Jacksonville, Fla. 

ARDOIN. JOHN L. 

451 Park Ave., Eunice, La. 

AVERETT, WILLIAM R. 

Rt. 1, Box 325, Semmes, Ala. 

B 

BAHLINGER, REGINALD T. 

3069 Edward Ave., Baton Rouge, La. 

BAISDEN, RALPH L. 

322 E. Romano St., Pensacola, Fla. 

BAKER, JOHN R. 

166 Rhea Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

BALL, JAMES D. 

Loretto, Ky 

BALL, T. NELSON 

Loretto, Ky. 

BARBEE, JOHN P., JR. 

2060 N. Gimon Circle, Mobile, Ala. 

BARRETT, GEORGE 

822 Fatherland St., Nashville, Tenn. 

BARRY, JOSEPH KENNETH, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

BARTER, CHARLES J. 

408 S. Jefferson St., Mobile, Ala. 

BATES, WARREN K. 

353 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. 

BEDSOLE, EDWARD 

211 S. Broad St., Mobile, Ala. 

BELL, JOHN A. 

28 Lee St., Mobile, Ala. 

BENITEZ, RAY A. 

5831 Vicksburg St., New Orleans, La. 

BERTE, JOSEPH J. 

262 Ninth St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BESHARA, FABlAN, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

BEST, HARRY \., JR. 

1840 Ohio Ave., Augusta, Ga. 

BIELMAN, LAWRENCE A. 

11500 Whitehill, Detroit, Mich . 

BISHOP, BENNET, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

BIZZELL, PLATT EDWARD 

P. O. Box 4804, Warrington, Fla. 

BLACKBURN, GERALD J. 

1734 W. 83rd. St., Chicago, III. 

BLACKWELL, ROBERT J. 

106 Crenshaw St., Mobile, Ala. 

BLANCHARD, DALLAS A., JR. 

911 Arlington St., Mobile, Ala. 

BOLLEHIERI, NICHOLAS J. 

218 Young Ave., Pelham, N. Y. 



BOLLING, FRANK 

556 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

BOLLING, MILTON J., Ill 

556 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

BORDELON, KENAN, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

BOSARGE, JOSEPH L., JR. 

422 Mohawk St., Mobile, Ala. 

BOSARGE, JOSEPH 

59 Montgomery Ave., Prichard, Ala. 

BOSARGE, WADE 

Bayou LaBatre, Ala. 
BOUCHER, JEAN-MARIE, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 
BOYCE, PLACID, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

BRADY, DAVID 

1835 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. 

BRAMAN, KEMPTON B. 

116 Ruberia Ave., Pensacola, Fla. 

BRANNON, EDWARD 

1258 Government St., Mobile, Ala. 

BRENNAN, DAVID M. 

6127 Westminister, St. Louis, Mo. 

BRENNAN, THOMAS E. 

3548 N. Hackett, Milwaukee, Wis. 

BROADUS, JAMES C. 

2713 Fillingham, Mobile, Ala. 

BROCATO, VINCENT J., JR. 

P. O. Box 509, Clarksdale, Miss. 

BROWN, BURNELL R., JR. 

2217 S. Ewing St., Dallas, Texas 

BROWN, TOMMY L. 

5905 Belmont St., Dallas, Texas 

BROWN, WILLIAM T. 

2907 S. W. 2hd. Ave., Miami, Flo. 

BRUNl, JAMES A. 

128 77th St., North Bergen, N. J. 

BUBB, ROY L. 

239 Claremont Drive, Atlanta, Ga. 

BUCKLEY, ALBERT, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

BUCKLEY, KEVIN, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

BUCKLEY, PATRICK T., JR. 

800 N. President St., Jackson, Miss. 

BULLOCK, C. CURTIS, JR. 

2854 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

BULLOCK, WILMER M., JR. 

1850 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

BURCH, JOSEPH B., Ill 

206 Dilston, Mobile, Ala. 

BURKE, BARRON C. 

417 E. Taylor St., Savannah, Ga. 

BURROUGHS, KENNETH 

500 George St., Mobile, Ala. 

BUTTERFIELD, DENNIS O. 

4833 Grand Ave., Western Springs, III. 

BYRD, JAMES C. 

Rt. Box 136, Spring Hill, Ala. 



CADDEN, THOMAS W. 

238 E. Wesley St., Atlanta, Ga. 

CALLAHAN, RICHARD D. 

125 Clinton Ave., Bergenfield, N. J. 

CALLAN, JOHN P. 

7443 Merrill Ave., Chicago, III. 

CAMPBELL, PATRICK F. X. 

44 Hathaway Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

CAREY, HUGH 

1815 McDuffie, Houston, Texas 



CARROLL, WILLIAM J. 

9959 Leavift, Chicago, III. 

CARTER, ROBERT J. 

2019 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

CARWIE, JOHN 

1507 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. 

CAZAYOUX, ROBERT 

2109 Perkins Rd., Baton Rouge, La. 

CHEIPALICH, MITCHELL J. 

195 Lambert St., Mobile, Ala. 

CHRISTIE, THOMAS P. 

323 E. Romano, Pensacola, Fla. 

CIMINO, RICHARD D. 

919 23rd Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

CLARK, JOSEPH S. 

2531 Creswell Ave., Shreveport, La. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM A. 

1015 Magnolia, Bowling Green, Ky. 

CLARKE, WILLIAM E. 

215 Grand Blvd., Mobile, Ala. 

CLEMENTS, MAYO 

212 S. Jefferson St., Mobile, Ala. 

CLEMENT, JOHN F. 

57 Lee St., Mobile, Ala. 

CLERKIN, ROBERT R. 

9955 S. Hamilton Ave., Chicago, III. 

COCHRAN, LEMUEL K. 

379 Overhill Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

COLBERT, THOMAS F. 

8726 S. May, Chicago, III. 

COLLIGAN, GARY, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

COLLIGNON, JOHN-LOUIS, BRO. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

CONNOLLY, JOHN F. 

180 Ballantine Parkway, Newark, N. J. 

CONNOLLY, BRO. ROBERT 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

CONNOR, RICHARD B. 

5300 Charlotte, Kansas City, Mo. 

CORNELL, RICHARD P. 

1146 Rosedale Rd., N. E., Atlanta, Ga. 

COUGHLIN, LINUS V., JR. 

1742 Netherwood, Memphis, Tenn. 

COVAN, JAMES E. 

2013 Ibis Drive, Mobile, Ala. 

COX, JAMES E. 

807 Charles St., Mobile, Ala. 

CREEL, LUTHER S., JR. 

59 Bienville Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

CUEVAS, LAWRENCE C. 

723 E. Beach St., Biloxi, Miss. 

CUNNING, JAMES H. 

1508 W. 86th., Chicago, III. 

CUSH, CASIMO, JR. 

1350 Abbie Ave., Shreveport, La. 

CUSH, MAYNARD E. 

1024 Pierre, Shreveport, La. 



DALY, THOMAS, JR. 

527 Highbrook Ave., Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

D'AMATO, NICHOLAS A. 

112 W. Powhatten, Tampa, Flo. 

DANIELS, DOUGLAS 

2208 Dickens Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

DANNE, WILLIAM C, JR. 

10337 S. Hamilton Ave., Chicago, III. 

DAUGHERTY, H. G. 

128 Dilston, Spring Hill, Ala. 

DAVIS, JAMES B. 

41 Oriole Dr., Spring Hill, Ala. 



Student Directory-Continued 



DEAN, WILLIAM C. 

4429 N, Maryland, Milwaukee, Wis. 

DEBARROS, JULIUS F. 

5026 Magazine St., New Orleans, La. 

DEFATTA, VINCENT P. 

3025 Frederick St., Shreveport, La. 

DEGNAN, JAMES P. 

1830 Glenview, Memphis, Tenn. 

DEGNAN, JOSEPH E. 

38 Clinton St., Maiden, Mass. 

DELAGE, CHARLES J. B. IV 

1320 Azalea St., Mobile, Ala. 

DELORME, CHARLES T., JR. 

303 E. Hall St., Savannah, Go. 

DEVER, DAVID J. 

335 W. 47th St., Miami Beach, Fla. 

DEVINE, NEIL J. 

17307 Loverne Ave., Cleveland, Ohio 

DEWINE, JAMES E. 

2984 Kensington Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 

DICK, HERMAN G. 

210 Rapier Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

DICK, HESDEN H. 

557 Avenue A., Westwego, La. 

DIAZ, MANUEL A. 

2204 17th St., Tampa, Fla. 

DIEZ, CHARLES, JR. 

5107 22nd. St., Tampa, Fla. 

DOERFLER, LAWRENCE J. 

1229 S. W. 26th. St., Okla. City, Okla. 

DOIRON, JOHN R., JR. 

1001 Drehr Ave., Baton Rouge, La. 

DONOVAN, JAMES F. 

2121 E. 72nd. Place, Chicago, III. 

DOOLEY, JAMES E. 

13910 Asbury Park, Detroit, Mich. 

DRAGO, RONALD B. 

3315 W. 65 Place, Chicago, III. 

DRETZKA, RAYMOND J. 

317B Fayette St., Chickasaw, Ala. 

DUFFY, JOHN A., JR. 

120 Garnett Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

DUFFEY, NORMAN A. 

600 \N. 144th St., New York, N. Y. 

DUFFY, THOMAS K. 

3122 Indiana St., Miami, Fla. 

DUGHI, CHARLES H. 

3113'/2 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

DUKE, VERNON E. 

314C Fayette St., Chickasaw, Ala. 



EDMISTON, CHARLES H., JR. 

3277 Rice St., Miami, Fla. 

EGAN, JAMES J. 

426 Humphrey Ave., Oak Park, III. 

EGAN, ROBERT W. 

4803 Madonna Ave., Chattanooga, Tenn. 

ELLIS, ALVIN C. 

257 Claiborne St., Mobile, Ala. 

ELLIS, TROY H. 

1523 Station St., Whistler, Ala. 

ELLZEY, SAMUEL E., JR. 

1 1 1 Marine St., Mobile, Ala. 

ERB, DAN M. 

126 Florence Place, Mobile, Ala. 

ERNST, JOHN L. 

103 Talbot, Pine Bluff, Ark. 

ERVIN, ROBERT T., Ill 

3845 Austin Lane, Spring Hill, Ala. 

EVANS, BENEDICT E. 

RFD 4, Box 218, Augusta, S. C. 



EVANS, BILLY D. 

2300 Grant St., Mobile, Ala. 
EVANS, BRO. CARL 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 



FAGERSTROM, WAYNE 

550 Fulton Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

FALGOUT, BRO. NERI 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

FARRELL, GARRETT B., JR. 

6430 2nd Ave,, So., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

FAUCHER, BRO. MATTHEW 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

FAVRE, WILLIAM R., JR. 

1505 Government St., Mobile, Ala. 

FEDOR, RICHARD E. 

920 S. W. 22nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

FEDOR, ROBERT L. 

920 S. W. 22nd St., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

FENLY, CHARLES E. 

1901 Gotewood, Okla. City, Okla. 

FERRIS, ALBERT A. 

629 Linden St., Shreveport, La. 

FERTITTA, VINCENT, JR. 

2158 Foy St., New Orleans 22, La. 

FICCIO, VAL 

307 E. Gladys, Tampa, Fla. 

FINDLEY, ANDREW L. 

6 Hulbert St., Mobile, Ala. 

FISHER, JOSEPH N. 

509 Pelhamdole Ave., Pelham Manor, N. Y. 

FLAUTT, FRANK H. 

Rt. 2, Sidon, Miss. 

FONTAINE, BRO. FRANCIS X. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

FOX, ALEX P. 

7030 Delmor, University City, Mo. 

FREDERICK, JERRY A. 

1038 S. 77th St., West Allis, Wis. 

FRISCIA, PAT F. 

6401 23rd Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 



GAIENNIE, RICHARD M. 

1051 S. Court St., Opelousas, La. 

GALLAGHER, WILLIAM B., JR. 

1010 Wyominio, Ocala, Flo. 

GARRAWAY, JIMMY 

Irvington, Ala. 

GARRICH, WILLIAM J. 

722 Walnut St., Newport, Ark. 

GARRISON, BRO. OWEN 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

GAUDIN, BRO. RICHARD J. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

GAUDIN, BRO. ROGER 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

GENEST, A. STEPHEN 

290 N. E. 95th St., Miami Shores 38, Fla. 

GIBBONS, HOWELL E. 

1276 Hurtel St., Mobile, Ala. 

GIBSON, DEWEY A., JR. 

60 Silverwood, Mobile, Ala. 

GILBERT, JAMES R. 

23 S. Julia St., Mobile, Ala. 

GONZALEZ, ROBERT 

2112 Lemon, Tampa, Fla. 

GORHAM, VINCENT R. 

202 Lucerne /We., Lake Worth, Fla. 

GORHAM, VINCENT R. 

202 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth, Fla. 



GORMAN, GEORGE H. 

112 Bienville Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

GOUIN, JEAN L. 

26 Glencoe, Montreal 8, Canada 

GRAHAM, EDGAR L. 

303 Robbins St., Mobile, Ala. 

GRAHAM, ROBERT A. 

Bayou La Batre, Ala. 

GREEN, RAYMOND B., JR. 

1007 Miami St., Mobile, Ala. 

GRIEB, WILLIAM E. 

7913 Milwaukee Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

GRIFFIN, FRANK X. 

529 Moupas Ave., Savannah, Ga. 

GRIMSLEY, AARON D. 

1020 N. Reus St., Pensacolo, Fla. 

GUNTHORPE, CLARENCE H. 

360 Tuttle Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

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HALPIN, MICHAEL J. 

1212 College, East St. Louis, 111. 

HANLON, WILLIAM J. 

2206'/2 Douphin St., Mobile, Ala. 

HANNIGAN, HUGH B. 

7256 Merrill St., Chicago, 111. 

HARDY, DENNIS 

Rt. 9, Box 680, Spring Hill, Ala. 

HARRIS, EDGAR C. 

183 South St., Mobile, Ala. 

HEGGEMAN, BERNARD J., JR. 

88 Bellerive Acres, St. Louis 21, Mo. 

HENEGHAN, BRO. BRIAN 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

HEROLD, VINCENT R. 

204 Pork Ave., Poterson, N. J. 

HERRIN, GEORGE 

508 Kearney St., Mobile, Ala. 

HICKEY, T. ALLEN 

561 Michigan Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

HICKEY, THOMAS J., JR. 

561 Michigan Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

HIGGINS, JAMES E. 

1925 S. Main St., Hopkinsville, Ky. 

HILL, ARTHUR B. 

3415 Beverly St., Dallas, Texas 

HILTON, JEROME E. 

437 Magnolia St., Biloxi, Miss. 

HIMEL, EDWARD J. 

608 Wood St., Houma, La. 

HINTON, GAYFORD L., JR. 

20 Oakland Ave., Spring Hill, Ala. 

HOAR, LEO J. 

262 Rumson Rd. N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

HODGES, CHARLES R. 

3251 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

HOGAN, GLENN D. 

243 E. 13th St., Sarasota, Flo. 

HOFFMAN, JOSEPH J. 

325 9th St., Poducah, Ky. 

HOLLAND, PETER B. 

9614 S. Hamilton St., Chicago, III. 

HONODEL, RICHARD 

P. O. Box 3151, Prichord, Ala. 

HOOTEN, JOSEPH A. 

734 Broadhurst Dr., Boston, Mass. 

HOWELL, FRANK W. 

27 Greeley Ave., Sayville, N. Y. 

HUDSON, HAROLD 

129 Louiselle St., Mobile, Ala. 

HUDSON, W. C. 

1351 Engine St., Whistler, Ala. 



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HUGHES, GERALD T. 

169 N. LaCrosse St., Chicago, III. 
HUNTER, BRO. MARVIN 

Sacred Heart Scholastlcate, Mobile, Ala. 

I 

IBSEN, PREBEN B. 

112 Demouy Ave., Mobile, Ala. 
IRBY, FRANCIS D. 

1044 Cherokee St., Mobile, Ala. 

J 

JACKSON, JOSEPH L. 

751 Gayle St., Mobile, Ala. 

JACKSON, RAYMOND E., JR. 

RFD 1, Somerville, N. J. 

JACOB, LEO L. 

765 Kentucky St., Mobile, Ala. 

JENNINGS, PHILIP W. 

Thiensville, Wis. 

JOHNSON, JAMES R. 

25 Clayton, Montgomery, Ala. 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH B. 

Rt. 9, Box 484, Spring Hill, Ala. 

JOHNSON, MARTIN J., JR. 

Jackson Heights, Spring Hill, Ala. 

JOHNSON, MAURICE J. 

Rt. 5, Box 10, Spring Hill, Ala. 

JONES, ALFRED P. 

Rt. 2, Box 77H, Mobile, Ala. 

JONES, BRYSON D. 

286 Carralton, Shreveport, La. 

JONGEBLOED, NICK. 

412 S. Fulton St., Mobile, Ala. 

JOSEPH, WILLIAM 

13 S. Julia, Mobile, Ala. 

JUMONVILLE, ROBERT J. 

Napoleonville, La. 



KAIN, JAMES S. 

Box 2345, 202 Morrill St., Sarasota, Flo. 

KARCHER, T. J., JR. 

267 Westwood, Mobile, Ala. 

KELLY, EMMETT J., JR. 

319 N. Lakeside, Lake Worth, Fla. 

KELTON, FRANK H. 

126 Brainord St., Pensacola, Fla. 

KENTER, WILLIAM D. 

6001 Byron St., Chicago, III. 

KERRIGAN, EDWARD V. 

1114 N. Lotrobe, Chicago, III. 

KERRIGAN, JOHN F. 

1114 N. Lotrobe, Chicago, III. 

KIERNAN, THOMAS J., JR. 

223 Bch. 130 St., L. I., N. Y. 

KILLORIN, EDWARD W. 

305E, 37th St., Savannah, Go. 

KINNALLY, WILLIAM J. 

7112 S. Merrill Ave., Chicago, III. 

KINSEY, HERBERT P. 

1453 A St., Mobile, Ala. 

KIRKLAND, RAY 

923 Alba, Mobile, Ala. 

KIRWAN, JOHN, JR. 

Apt. B, 3530 Ewald Cir., Detroit, Mich. 

KITTLER, FRDERICK J. 

271 Wilkinson, Shreveport, La. 

KITTS, GERARD A. 

606 Puritan Ave., Sheffield, Ala. 
KLEPAC, JAMES 
Jackson, Ala. 



KNIGHT, JAMES M. 

158 Park Ave., Mobile, Ala. 
KEOHLER, GEORGE E. 
Rt. 2, Jefferson, Wis. 

KOKES, CHARLES M. 

Atkinson, Neb. 

KONZEN, BERNARD J. 

7552 Prairie, Chicago, III. 

KOVACS, STEPHEN, JR. 

901 Hillcresf Blvd., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

KRATZBERG, BRO. DE PAUL 

Sacred Heart Scholasficate, Mobile, Ala. 

KRUSE, ROBERT L. 

1810 New Hamilton St., Mobile, Ala. 



LACOLLA, EUGENE M. 

169-18 Liberty Ave., Jamaica, L. I., N. Y. 

LADNIER, JAMES K. 

411 Morgan Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

LAFITTEAU, WILLIAM B. 

99 Lake Ave., Metairie, La. 

LARGAY, RALPH J. 

168 N. Lafayette St., Mobile, Ala. 

LE BLANC, JOHN M. 

1578 Letitio St., Baton Rouge, La. 

LEIGHTON, PHILIP H., JR. 

5 W. Gate Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

LEON, FRANCIS 

505 Charleston, Mobile, Ala. 

LEPRE, BRO. JEROME 

Sacred Heart Scholastlcate, Mobile, Ala. 

LEURCK, EARL D. 

3662 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

LILLEY, JOHN J. 

71 W. Gould St., Whistler, Ala. 

LINARES, CARLOS 

D'Strampes, 460 Havana, Cuba 

LINARES, FRANCISCO G. 

D'Strampes, 460 Havana, Cuba 

LINDSTROM, HILDING A., JR. 

3259 Forest Hill Dr., Spring Hill, Ala. 

LIVINGSTON, WILLIAM O., JR. 

1007 Palmetto Ave., Sanford, Flo. 

LOGAN, TERRY 

323 Nottingham PI., San Antonio, Texas 

LONG, BERNARD J. 

128 N. Julio St., Mobile, Ala. 

LONG, LUTHER T., JR. 

4313 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

LOPEZ, ROBERTO 

Havana, Cuba 

LOUSTEAU, GORDON J. 

Norco, La. 

LOWE, FRANK C. 

2551 Fairway Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

LOWERY, RONALD M. 

122 Durant, Mobile, Ala. 

LOYED, WILLIAM R. 

1815 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

LUBEL, MICHAEL 

165 Monterey St., Mobile, Ala. 

LUCEY, KERRY M. 

Ashton, Md. 

LYDON, BRO. ALOYSIUS 

Sacred Heart Scholastlcate, Mobile, Ala. 

LYNAM, FRANK L. 

2011 Mott Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

LYNCH, BRO. JUDE 

Sacred Heart Scholastlcate, Mobile, Ala. 

LYNCH, GERALD H. 

11 Rom BIdg., Aiken, S. C. 



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McALEER, WILLIAM V. 

2014 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. 

McCABE, JOHN E. 

2010 E. Mallory St., Pensacola, Fla. 

McCarthy, denis 

McCouns Lane, Glen Head, N. Y. 

McCOURT, CHARLES L. 

520 8th St., Pine Bluff, Ark. 

McCUE, BRO. DUANE 

Sacred Heart Scholasficate, Mobile, Ala. 

McDERMOTT, WILLIAM H. 

2042 St. Stephens Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

McGINN, GEORGE P. 

1021 E. 40th St„ Savannah, Go. 

McDERMOTT, JOHN 

505 Selmo St., Mobile, Ala. 

McDonald, thomas f. 

5930 Carpenter, Chicago, III. 

McGOWAN, THOMAS J. 

1511 17th St., Birmingham, Ala. 

McGRANAHAN, JOHN M. 

3900 Fairfield Ave., Shreveport, La. 

McGUIRE, MATTHEW A., JR. 

905 Dauphin St., Mobile, Ala. 

McHUGH, ROBERT J., JR. 

716 Seventh Ave., Selmo, Ala. 

MclLWAIN, WILLIAM B. 

2808 Fay Court, Mobile, Ala. 

McKEAN, LOUIS 

65 South Monterey St., Mobile, Ala. 

McKINNON, CHARLES E. 

1207 Highland Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

McLaughlin, Andrew 

18 Elk St., Poterson, N. J. 

McMORROW, BRO. XAVIER 

Sacred Heart Scholastlcate, Mobile, Ala. 

McQUILLEN, CLAUDE J., JR. 

325 Garden Lane, Chicasow, Ala. 

M 

MACDONALD, ROBERT J. 

754 Upsol St., SE, Washington, D. C. 

MAHFOUZ, HAPPY 

1625 Foisy Ave., Alexandria, La. 

MALDONADO, JOSE 

Roma 21, Monterrey, Mexico 

MALONEY, F. JAMES 

No. 4 Durham, Larchmont, N. Y. 

MALSH, JAMES R. 

121 Archer, Shreveport, La. 

MANSUR, ALEX E. 

Oranjestraot, Arubo, Netherlands, W. Indies 

MANSUR, JOSSY M. 

Oroniesfraat, Arubo, Netherlands, W. Indies 

MANSUR, RUBEN D. 

Boshsfroot No. 5, Aruba, N. W. I. 

MARCH, EDWARD R., JR. 

1600 Monterey PI., Mobile, Ala. 

MARCHIONY, LAWRENCE J. 

574 W. 130th St., New York, N. Y. 

MARKWALTER, JOHN S. 

2624 Walton Way, Augusta, Go. 

MARONE, BIAGINO 

15 Ontario St., Rochester, N. Y. 

MARTIN, BRO. CLAUDE 

Sacred Heart Scholasficate, Mobile, Ala. 

MASON, EDWARD ASHBY, JR. 

1 154 Freeman St., Mobile, Ala. 

MASSARI, FRANKLIN S. 

404 E. Palm Ave., Tompo, Flo. 

MASSEY, KENNETH 

509 Crawford Lane, Mobile, Ala. 



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MATTHEWS, JOHN P., JR. 

P. O. Box 1098 Park Hill, N. Little Rock, Ark. 

MATTHEWS, DONALD R. 

281 Westminster Rd., Brooklyn 18, N. Y. 
MATTINGLY, BRO. LOYOLA 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

MEIER, THOMAS J. 

15875 Rosemont, Detroit, Mich. 
MEINHARDT, WILLIAM T. 

30 Howard Ave., Citronelle, Ala. 

MESE, J. D. 

2504 Government St., Mobile, Ala, 

MICHELS, JOHN G. 

122-03 Beach Channel Dr., Rockoway Pk., N. Y. 

MICIOTTO, JOHN C. 

801 Pierre Ave., Shreveport, La. 
MILLS, WILLIAM W. 
Box 122, Citronelle, Ala. 
MITCHELL, ARCHIE G. 

Mitchell's Log Cabin, R. F. D. No. 2, Sovonnah, Go. 

MITCHELL, JAMES L., JR. 

222 Birmingham Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

MONICA, LOUIS 

Garyville, La. 

MONTGOMERY, EUGENE C. 

4030 Corondelet, Nev/ Orleans, La. 

MOORE, MILTON 

16 Bienville Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

MORRISSETTE, H. TAYLOR 

31 Hathaway, Spring Hill, Ala. 
MORRISON, JEREMIAH G., JR. 
809 Marine St., Mobile, Ala. 
MOULD, OWEN A. 

3624 22nd St., N. Arlington, Vo. 

MOUTON, JAMES B. 

204 Vermillion Blvd., Lafayette, La. 

MOUTON, JOHN A. 

204 Vermillion Blvd., Lafayette, La. 

MUELLER, EDWARD A., JR. 

2168 46th St., Milwaukee, Wis. 

MUGNIER, JULES R., JR. 

216 N. 53rd St., Birmingham, Ala. 

MULCAHY, ROBERT J. 

1624 N. Normandy Ave., Chicago, III. 

MULHERIN, JOSEPH B. 

1318 Monte, Sano Ave., Augusta, Ga. 

MULHERIN, LOUIS, JR. 

1211 Peachtree Rd., Augusta, Ga. 

MULLER, PAUL R. 

2713 N. Broad St., Selma, Ala. 

MURRAY, JOHN W. 

860 Decatur, Decatur, III. 

MURRAY, PAUL D. 

Rt. 8, Box 101, Whistler, Ala. 

MURRAY, WILLIAM W. 

9130 S. Damen Ave., Chicago, III. 



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NAMAN, LOUIS J. 

104 S. Warren St., Mobile, Ala. 

NAUD, JOSEPH N. 

9730 W. Outer Dr., Detroit, Mich. 

NAUGHTON, THOMAS J. 

1735 W. 85 St., Chicago, III. 

NELSON, WILLIAM C. 

172 N. Lafayette, Mobile, Ala. 

NEUHOFF, LORENZ III 

3206 White Oak Rd., Roanoke, Va. 

NEWELL, EDWARD J. 

Rt. 2, Box 1950, Mobile, Ala. 

NEWELL, THOMAS J. 

1502 N. Pulaski Rd., Chicago, III. 



NIETZEL, EARL F., JR. 

10032 S. Seeley Ave., Chicago, III. 

NIEVES, JOSE A. 

No. 1 Luis Venegos, Guayama, P. R. 

NIEVES, LUIS A. 

No. 1 Luis Venegos, Guayama, P. R. 

NOBLES, CHARLES A., JR. 

No. 6 Willowbank Rd., Georgetown, S. C. 

NOLAN, DANIEL B. 

609 W. 173rd, New York, N. Y. 

NOLAN, JOHN J. 

1176 Columbus Cir., Janesville, Wis. 

NORDLOH, JOHN H. 

7702 Boyd Way N., Milwaukee, Wis. 

NORRIS, THOMAS J. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

NOTO, THOMAS 

8214 12th St., Tampa, Fla. 



O'BRIEN, JAMES C, JR. 

4740 Richmond Ave., Shreveport, La. 

O'BRIEN, PATRICK J. 

14150 St. Mary's, Detroit, Mich. 

O'CONNOR, JOHN A. 

1114 Caroline Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

O'Donnell, Frank J. 

209 W. 33rd St., Savannah, Ga. 

OERTING, JULIUS D. 

1564 Eslovo St., Mobile, Ala. 

O'GRADY, BRO. CONAN 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

O'LEARY, GERALD P. 

1947 S. Loyton Blvd., Milwaukee, Wis. 

OLIVIER, JOSEPH 

RFD No. 2, Arnoudivelle, La. 

OLLINGER, ELLIS V., JR. 

18 S. Pine St., Mobile, Ala. 

OLLIS, JAMES 

200 Marine St., Mobile, Ala. 

O'SHEA, BRO. BRENDAN 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 



PALERMO, VINCENT 

314 E. 26 Ave., Tampa, Fla. 

PARHAM, JOHN 

Semmes, Ala. 

PARKER, EUGENE W. 

607 Ibis Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

PARTRIDGE, DAVID R. 

1955 Springhill Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

PATRICK, LESLIE 

2017 Stone St., Mobile, Ala. 

PELLETIER, BRO. CLEMENT 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

PERESICH, JOHN P. 

212 Hopkins, Biloxi, Miss. 

PERLMAN, MURRAY C. 

416 E. 52nd St., Savannah, Go. 

PERRY, RALPH J. 

5836 S. Artesian Ave., Chicago, III. 

PETIT, JOHN, JR. 

P. O. Box 1168, Mobile, Ala. 

PETIT, LOUIS V. 

P. O. Box 1168, Mobile, Ala. 

PHANEUF, BRO. ALFRED 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

PHILLIPS, A. PAT 

137 Margaret St., Mobile, Ala. 

PHILLIPS, ROBERT A. 

Fairway Oaks, Savannah, Go. 



PICARD, ALBERT A., JR. 

610 W. Boylston, Worcester, Mass. 

PIEPER, CLARENCE 

3264 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

PIERCE, EDWIN P. 

1741 Hunter Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

PIERCE, JOHN A. 

103 Victory Dr., E. Savannah, Ga. 

PITALO, MARION D. 

1639 E. Howard, Biloxi, Miss. 

POMPEI, RONALD J. 

10 Albert Ave., Foirlawn, N. J. 

POWELL, CHARLES 

Malcolm, Ala. 

POWELL, WALTER W. 

5109 A St., Little Rock, Ark. 

POWER, JOHN F. 

1307 Willowood, Norfolk, Va. 

PRAYTOR, HUGH T., JR. 

1804 New Hamilton St., Mobile, Ala. 

PROULX, BRO. CLARENCE 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 



RABEN, LOUIS W., JR. 

3261 Zimlich Ave., Spring Hill, Ala. 

RAMOS, JUAN A. 

Box 131, Son Lorenzo, Puerto Rico 

RASP, BRO. SYLVESTER 

Sacred Heart Scholosticote, Mobile, Ala. 

REDLINGSHAFER, RAYMOND A. 

6428 Oak, Kansas City, Mo. 

REED, JACK R. 

700 S. Second St., Eunice, La. 

REGAN, JACK G. 

1661 Junction, Detroit, Mich. 

REIDY, JEROME F. 

2871 Moniteau Dr., St. Louis, Mo. 

REILLY, RICHARD J. 

7705 S. Paulina, Chicago, III. 

REIN, WILLIAM T. 

9033 Loflin, Chicogo, III. 

RESHA, JAMES J. 

734 S. 15th St., Birmingham, Ala. 

REVERE, JOSEPH M. 

Mobile, Ala. 

REYNOLDS, A. E., JR. 

163 Honnon, Mobile, Ala. 

JOSEPH, BRO. LOUIS 

Cotholic Boys Home, Mobile, Ala. 

RING, DAVID A. 

1112 Center Dr., St. Louis, Mo. 

RIVES, JOHN E. 

1548 Tuscaloosa Ave., Birmingham, Ala. 

ROBINSON, PETER M., JR. 

2030 Hallwood Dr., Memphis, Tenn. 

RODRIGUEZ, ALFREDO M. 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

RODRIGUEZ, FRANCISCO J. 

P. O. Box 768, Preston, Oriente, Cuba 

ROPER, ROBERT G. 

Rt. 4, Box 279, Shreveport, La. 

ROUNDTREE, WILLIAM F., JR. 

50 Semmes Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

ROY, BRO. BENEDICT 

Sacred Heart Scholasticote, Mobile, Ala. 

RUSSELL, LLOYD W. 

Rt. 6, Box 113A, Mobile, Ala. 

RYAN, JAMES P. 

115 W. 33rd St., Savannah, Ga. 

RYAN, GEORGE W., Ill 

6776 Booth St., Forest Hills, N. Y. 



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SALMON, MICHAEL J. 

4105 Ridgelaen Dr., Spring Hill, Ala. 

SAPP, J. EVERETT 

Ills. Georgia Ave., Mobile, Ala. 
SARRA, VINCENT D. 

110 W. Larua St., Pensacolo, Fla. 

SAXER, ROBERT J. 

194 Bershire Rd., Hasbrouck Hgts., N. J. 

SCHAFER, JOHN R. 

Mt. Olivet, RFD 2, Wheeling, W. Va. 

SCHELL, DONALD J. 

9921 Longwood Drive 

SCHLUTER, JOHN L. 

1 17 Parker, Mobile, Ala. 

SCHWING, JAMES W. 

120 Weeks St., New Iberia, La. 

SCOPES, JOHN T. 

155 Pennsylvania St., Shreveport, La. 

SCOTT, MARVIN T. 

Rt. 6, Box 386, Mobile, Ala. 

SCOTT, WILLIAM A. 

7655 S. Hermitage Ave., Chicago, III. 

SCOTTO, ANTHONY 

174 Hannon Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

SEDLIN, LEONARD H. 

553 Live Oak, Mobile, Ala. 

SHEA, WILLIAM A. 

Country Club Grounds, Midlothian, III. 

SHEFFIELD, EDWARD J. 

1118 Seller Ave., Savannah, Ga. 

SHIELDS, JAMES A. 

25 N. Grove St., Valley Stream, N. Y. 

SHIPP, ALTON P. 

Box 344, Rt. 1, Semmes, Ala. 

SHIRVELL, BRO. RANDAL 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

SHOULDERS, JACK M. 

1558 W. Cardinal Dr., Mobile, Ala. 

SIENER, GEORGE H. 

642 Woodland St., Spartanburg, S. C. 

SINDIK, MATTHEW A. 

200 S. Lawrence St., Mobile, Ala. 

SKIPPER, KENNETH J. 

171 William St., Mobile, Ala. 

SKIVO, ANTHONY 
Mobile, Ala. 

SLATON, HENRY C. 

1901 Old Shell Rd., Mobile, Ala. 

SMITH, DONALD R. 

5045 West End Ave., Chicago, III. 

SMITH, E. MARCEL 

Box 300, Eight Mile, Ala. 

SMITH, EVERETT H. 

3525 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

SMITH, RAYMOND 1., JR. 

110 S. Jefferson, Mobile, Ala. 

SMITH, SAMUEL K., JR. 

Rt. 1, Box 615 A, Mobile, Ala. 

SMITH, SYDNEY C, JR. 

3109 Fair Oaks, Tampa, Fla. 

SMITH, WILLIAM H. 

762 Kentucky St., Mobile, Ala. 

SONNHALTER, EDWARD 

2986 Kensington Rd., Cleveland, Ohio 

SOTO, PETER J., JR. 

301 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. 

SOULE, PEARCE T. 

92 S. Gillis Rd., Portsmouth, Va. 

STAFFORD-SMITH, E. B., JR. 

47 Greenvillage Rd., Madison, N. J. 



ST-AMAND, BRO. CHARLES 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

STAVRAKOS, HARRY J. 

951 Washington Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

STEINBACH, THOMAS 

430 St. Rose Ave., Baton Rouge, La. 

STEPHENS, ANDREW J., JR. 

1416 Monroe St., Mobile, Ala. 

STEWART, DOYLE H. 

Rt. 2, Box 61, Mobile, Ala. 

SULLIVAN, TERRENCE P. 

6229 S. Whipple, Chicago. III. 

SWEENEY, FREDERICK K. 

618 Cherokee St., Mobile, Ala. 

SWEENEY, WALTER G. 

933 Alava Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. 



TARDY, THOMAS R. 

133 S. 10th St., West Helena, Ark. 

TAYLOR, JOHN S. 

1907 LoSolle St., Mobile, Ala. 

TAYLOR, OWEN C. 

234 D. Chambers Ct., Pritchard, Ala. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM H., JR. 

1907 LaSalle St., Mobile, Ala. 

TEBO, BURTON E. 

3668 S. W. 2nd St., Miami, Fla. 

TELLIER, BRO. ALPHONSE 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

THIERRY, PAUL 

The Uplands, Sarasota, Fla. 

THOMAS, DAVID S. 

6148 Tennessee St., St. Loviis, Mo. 

TONSMEIRE, LOUIS E. 

3550 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

TONSMEIRE, WILLIAM M. 

3553 Old Shell Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

TOUPS, BRO. DAVID 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

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UCHELLO, LOUIS C, JR. 

Benachi Ave., Biloxi, Miss. 

VASSAR, FRANK G. 

15 Mohawk St., Mobile, Ala. 

VELLA, JOHN F. 

14 S. Ann, Mobile, Ala. 

VERON, ERNEST J. 

Lutcher, La. 

VOIGT, BRO. JUSTIN 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

VOELKER, BRO. ALTON 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

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WADDELL, GEORGE P. 

10221 S. Hayne, Chicago, III. 

WADE, THOMAS M., JR. 

3616 Cowden St., Memphis, Tenn. 

WADE, WILLIAM E. 

Kirby Rd., Germantown, Tenn. 

WAGNER, JOHN T. 

806 S. Broad St., Mobile, Ala. 

WALSH, JAMES H. 

648 Caloosa Dr., Sarasota, Fla. 

WALTER, FRANCIS X., Ill 

3804 Austin Lone, Spring Hill, Ala. 
WANUCHA, STANLEY W., JR. 

3940 W. Wrightwood Ave., Chicago, III. 



WARE, THOMAS W. 

510 E. 48th St., Savannah, Ga. 

WARREN, DAVID F., JR. 

1107 W. Howard Ave., Biloxi, Miss. 

WATERS, PERRY L. 

2424 E. Mallory, Pensacolo, Flo. 

WATKINS, BRO. RAYNEI? 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

WEATHERS, HENRY 

P. O. Box 1389, Mobile, Ala. 

WELCH, WILLIAM W. 

417 Monrovia, Shreveport, La. 

WHEELER, LESTER Mc. 

207 Lambert Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

WHITESPUNNER, S. E., JR. 

Rt. 1, Box 169 A., Mobile, Ala. 

WHITTINGTON, RICHARD G. 

501 Willard Ave., Houston, Texas 

WIELATZ, PAUL C. 

920 Robson, Tampa, Flo. 

WILLEMSE, CORNELIUS W., Ill 

215 W. Comanche, Tampa, Fla. 

WILLIAMS, EDWARD D. 

13 Country Club Rd., Spring Hill, Ala. 

WILLIAMS, LUIS M. 

257 Dilston, Spring Hill, Ala. 

WILSON, HENRY 

314 3rd St., Chickasaw, Ala. 

WOODS, BRO. CYRIL 

Sacred Heart Scholasticate, Mobile, Ala. 

WOODS, ROBERT E. 

1730 Spring Hill Ave., Mobile, Ala. 

WOOLSEY, JERE E., JR. 

652 Charleston St., Mobile, Ala. 

WRIGHT, EMMITT O. 

306 S. Conception St., Mobile, Ala. 



YON, KEITTE S., JR. 

2062 Bucker Rd., Mobile, Ala 
YOST, WILLIAM H., JR. 

12 Oakland Ter., Mobile, Ale 



ZALOPANY, PETER E. 

7 N. Georgia Ave., Mobile, Ala. 
ZANONE, CHARLES F. 
952 Chelsea, Memphis, Tenn. 
ZOGHBY, MICHAEL E. 

203 Wilson Ave., Prichord, Ala. 



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